After dropping sharply last year, the pass rate for the Missouri Bar exam has inched back up. Overall, 78 percent of test-takers, or 524, passed the exam held in July, according to statistics released Sept. 18 by the Missouri Board of Law Examiners. That’s a bit above last year’s 75.7 percent pass rate, which represented […]
As predicted this time last year, the number of people taking and passing The Missouri Bar has decreased.
The number of people taking and passing the Missouri bar exam continues to fall, while passing rates are holding steady.
The number of people taking and passing the February bar exam went up this year, according to figures released Wednesday by the Missouri Board of Law Examiners.
The Missouri Bar held a bar enrollment ceremony at the Missouri Supreme Court in Jefferson City on Thursday. Showing off their new law licenses are, from left to right, Rachel Shenker from St. Louis, Cori Garland from St. Louis, and Laura Keck from Russellville.
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The 740 people listed with their hometown passed the bar exam and, unless otherwise noted, have met all of the requirements for admission to the Missouri Bar. The bar enrollment ceremony will take place on Thursday, Sept. 17 at the Missouri Supreme Court Building in Jefferson City. A Abbott, Christy Louise, Saint Louis Abou-Kassem, […]
You've passed the bar! Break out the champagne - and the Germ-X. People who took the Missouri bar exam in July are getting the news of whether they passed and can officially call themselves lawyers. (Click here to read the list) But court officials are urging people to think twice about th[...]
You’ve passed the bar! Break out the champagne – and the Germ-X. People who took the Missouri bar exam in July are getting the news of whether they passed and can officially call themselves lawyers. But along with the formal notice that they passed the bar, court officials urge caution about the spread of the […]
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