Texas Tech School of Law Posts Highest Passage Rate of Bar Exam
Red Raiders rank first among Texas law schools with a 91.67 passing percentage from first-time examinees.
With the Texas Board of Law Examiners February Bar Exam results released this week, Texas Tech University School of Law received the highest passage rate for its first-time examinees at 91.67 percent. Texas Tech ranked first among the nine Texas law schools for first-time examinees.
“Texas Tech is one of the premier law schools in Texas and the nation, and our students’ recent performance on the bar exam proves it,” Chancellor Emeritus Kent Hance said. “We have a long history of having the highest pass rates in Texas. I congratulate our newly licensed colleagues on this accomplishment and thank the faculty who prepare our students for this tough exam.”
Overall, the February Bar Exam had a first-time passage rate of 76.82 percent (80.28 percent among Texas law schools). The total number of examinees who passed was 781.
Texas Tech was followed by Baylor University, Texas A&M and the University of Houston among first-time examinees.