The Managing Director’s Office of the American Bar Association’s Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar released today a comprehensive set of data on bar passage outcomes for ABA-accredited law schools.
The new data shows that, in the aggregate, 91.17% of 2019 law graduates who sat for a bar exam passed it within two years of graduation (91.27% with diploma privilege factored in), according to the ABA’s announcement.
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