With jobs on the line and intense employment competition in the entry-level legal market, law schools were paying extra close attention to their bar pass rates this year.

And for Drexel University’s Earle Mack School of Law, the pressure was really on. So the nearly 90 percent pass rate for the school’s inaugural attempt at the July bar exam has Dean Roger J. Dennis “pretty stoked.”

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