Faulkner University's Jones School of Law Leads the State in July 2012 Alabama Bar Admissions Results|
October 2, 2012|
Graduates of Thomas Goode Jones School of Law who took the Alabama State Bar Exam for the first time in July 2012 passed at a rate of 95.1% (39 of 41).
The new results as reported by the bar reflect takers who are “certified,” which means that they have been approved for character and fitness, and have passed both the bar exam and the MPRE.
This passage rate for first-time takers was the highest among all schools in the state. The law school congratulates its alumni on their success.
The formal report will soon be available on the Alabama State Bar's website.