50% of Florida Coastal graduates passed their February Bar exam Jax Daily Record Financial News & Daily Record

Board of Examiners of Florida Bar issued results Monday from the General Examination Bar to be administered February 26-27 in Tampa.

The report shows that 50% – 11 out of 22 graduates of Florida Floridaville School of Law sat for the first time in the examination.

The average pass rate for all examiners was 57.3 per cent.

Thirty-seven of the 117 graduates were run in law schools outside Florida (33.3%) and 71%, 171 of 241, passed those admitted to law practice.

The average pass rate was 57.3 per cent, 343 of 599 examined for the first time.

The board indicates that the results reflect the performance of individuals and are not an evaluation of the legal schools.

This is how Florida law schools ranked:

1. University of Florida International Law College, 80%, (8 out of 10 dating).

2. Florida Law College Levin University, 76.9%, (10 of 13)

3. Florida State University Law College, 75%, (15 of 20)

4. University of Miami Law School, 66.7%, (16 of 24)

5. Stetson University College of Law, 58.3 per cent, (14 of 24)

6. Florida Coastal Law School, 50%, (11 of 22)

6. University of South East Asia 50%, (13 of 26)

8. Law College University of St. Thomas, 48.5%, (16 of 33)

9. A&M Florida Law College, 45.5%, (10 of 22)

10. Barry University Law School, 43.3%, (13 of 30)

11. Ave Maria School of Law, 41.2%, (7 of 17)

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