Congratulations to Regent University School of Law’s first-time Virginia Bar exam takers who achieved a 100% pass rate on the February 2012 exam. The average first-time taker pass rate for all Virginia law schools was 66%.
Results from the February 2012 exam released by the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners include the following pass percentages for first-time testers from each school:
Appalachian School of Law: 0.00%
College of William and Mary: 60.00%
George Mason University: 100.00%
Liberty University: 66.67%
Regent University: 100%
University of Richmond: 66.67%
University of Virginia: 75.00%
Washington and Lee University: 70.00%
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