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100% of Regent Law First-Time Takers Pass Virginia Bar

One hundred percent of Regent University School of Law graduates passed the February 2014 Virginia Bar Exam on their first attempt, according to the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners. The average pass rate for state-wide first-time bar exam takers was 69.96 percent.

"I was very gratified to see the results of the February Virginia Bar Exam. Regent Law graduates performed better than those from any other school in Virginia." said Law School Dean Jeffrey A. Brauch. "The results reflect a lot of hard work by these dedicated men and women and by the outstanding faculty that trained them. They also reflect God’s blessing and grace in their lives. They are now ready to serve clients and their communities with excellence and integrity. Today is a day of joy!"

Regent’s overall pass rate, including repeat takers, also excelled, with 69.57 percent passing the exam, a pass rate over 10 points above the state average of 59.41 percent.

See the complete results below for law schools in Virginia:



First-time Takers
Overall
All Virginia Bar Exam Applicants
69.96%
59.41%



        Virginia Law Schools:

Appalachian School of Law
25.00%
43.75%

College of William and Mary
100.00%
58.82%

George Mason University
78.57%
72.00%

Liberty University
60.00%
42.86%

Regent University
100.00%
69.57%

University of Richmond
78.57%
68.57%

University of Virginia
83.33%
72.73%

Washington and Lee University
0.00%
60.00%

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