Charlotte School of Law Graduates Excel Again in South Carolina Bar Exam

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100 Percent Passage Results Include All First-Time Takers in S.C.

For the second time in a row, all Charlotte School of Law graduates who were first-time takers of the South Carolina bar examination passed. All of the School’s graduates who sat for the South Carolina exam in February 2011 passed, as did each of the Charlotte School of Law graduates who took the exam the previous July.
With only two law schools in South Carolina, Charlotte School of Law – located about 10 miles north of the state line – has proven to be a convenient option for students and working professionals in upstate South Carolina who are interested in pursuing a law degree. The University of South Carolina is also the most-represented undergraduate institution at Charlotte School of Law.

“Our continued success in bar passage, including in South Carolina, clearly indicates that our graduates are well prepared for a legal career,” said Dennis Stone, interim dean of Charlotte School of Law.

“Rigorous preparations begin with the students’ first year classes and continue throughout the entire curriculum, meaning our students are ready to contribute immediately upon graduation,” Stone said.

About Charlotte School of Law
Charlotte School of Law, fully accredited by the ABA, offers a student-centered orientation that focuses on the hands-on learning needed to equip graduates with leadership, management and interpersonal skills needed for career success. As the only law school in North Carolina’s most populous city, Charlotte School of Law offers full-time and part-time day programs as well as an evening part-time program for working professionals. On the Web at


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