Law School grads from USD ace state bar exams in SD Iowa
According to a recently released statistical report, 100 percent of USD’s Law School graduates who took the South Dakota Bar Exam for the first time in July 2010 passed.
The American Bar Association, the Law School Admission Council, and other national organizations typically report a law school’s pass rate for first-time bar exam takers as compared to the state’s overall pass rate for first-time bar exam takers. All 46 USD graduates taking the exam for the first time passed. All six of USD’s School of Law graduates taking the Iowa Bar Examination for the first time also passed, giving the Law School a perfect score in both states.
“I am extremely proud of our graduates. They had to work very hard, both during law school and over the summer while studying for the exam, in order to achieve a pass rate this high,” said Dean Barry R. Vickrey. “I am also very proud of our faculty, who are dedicated to the extraordinary teaching that prepares our students for success on the bar exam and in their professional careers. We care a great deal about our students, and we are delighted to see them succeed.”
For more information about the USD School of Law, please visit the school’s Web site at www.usd.edu/law or contact the Law School at (605) 677-5443.
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