Florida Coastal School of Law graduates had the lowest first-time pass rate in the state.
The Florida Board of Bar Examiners released results Nov. 20 of the Oct. 13-14 General Bar Examination, the first virtual Bar exam in state history because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Graduates of Jacksonville’s Florida Coastal School of Law, at 57.6%, recorded the lowest first-time passing percentage among the 11 law schools in the state. Florida Coastal also had the fewest graduates sitting for the exam, 33.
The next Bar exam, scheduled Feb. 23-24, also will be administered remotely.