Faulkner Law Ranked Third Nationally for Best Bar Exam Prep by The National Jurist

Faulkner Law was recently named the third best law school in the nation for bar exam preparation by The National Jurist magazine. Fifty law schools across the country were selected for the honor, and Faulkner Law ranked highest amongst Alabama law schools appearing on the list.

“This ranking is quite an honor for Faulkner Law,” said Faulkner Law Dean Matt Vega. “It is a testament to the hard work of our students, our rigorous academic program, and our fully committed faculty who prepare our students for the practice of law.”

One hundred percent of Faulkner Law students who took the Alabama Bar Examination in February 2014 passed. In July 2013, 98.3% passed.

The National Jurist also named Faulkner Law one of the best law schools for practical training, for best facilities, and for diversity. In addition, Faulkner Law’s moot court program was ranked fifteenth nationally by the Blakely Institute. After competing head-to-head with the other top moot court programs in the Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship, Faulkner Law finished sixth in the nation.

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