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Texas Bar Exam Results Are In


The Texas Board of Law Examiners has released the names of the examinees who passed the July 2014 Texas Bar Examination.  University of Houston Law Center alumni did very well this year, with 86.29% of first-time UHLC exam takers passing while the overall average for all first-time takers was 77.12%.  Additional statistics regarding the results of the most recent Examination may be found here.
Congratulations to all of the new attorneys who are or will soon be admitted to the Texas Bar, and best wishes to everyone planning to take the next examination in February.

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