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Passing the Bar Exam

New York Lawyer | May 6, 2009

Candidates Who Passed The February 2009 NYS Bar Exam

The New York State Board of Law Examiners announced yesterday that grading has been completed for the February 2009 bar examination. Graduates of ABA-approved law schools taking the examination for the first time passed at the rate of 73.3%, while foreign-educated first-time candidates had a passing rate of 37.1%.

The Board examined 3,560 candidates in February, a record 44.1% of whom were foreigneducated. The passing rate for all candidates, including U.S. domestic-educated and foreign-educated candidates, both first-time and repeat takers, was 41.7%.

These are the names of the successful applicants in alphabetical order:

A through C

D through G

H through L

M through Q

R through Z



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