Graduates from Florida International University (FIU) College of Law have earned the highest bar passage rate among the total 11 Florida law schools for the fourth year in a row.
FIU graduates exceeded the state’s average bar score by 22.7 percent on the February 2019 Florida Bar exam, with a total 80 percent passage rate. This is the seventh time in the last eight exam dates that the law graduates have overpassed the list, according to a FIU officials.
“Today’s result speaks to the quality of education and caliber of students at FIU Law,” said Dean Antony Page. “They graduate as better learners, equipped with skills that will help them adapt to evolving professional demands as they advance through their careers.”
This news follows a university announcement that it will accept either GRE or LSAT scores in student applications, beginning with applicants for the incoming fall 2019 class.