July 2017 Bar exams are over (VA breakdown)

The Virginia and DC bar exams for July 2017 are officially history. Things seemed to go relatively smoothly in both locations this time around. DC broke the groups up into a few rooms so that may have helped.

On the Virginia bar exam we saw the following subjects tested: VA Procedure, Fed Procedure, Criminal, Local Govt, Domestic Relations, Real Property, Equity, Sales, Personal property, Creditor’s Rights and agency. So, again, no Wills or Trusts this time around, is this becoming a pattern of sorts?

Congratulations to everyone for sticking through it. Results for both DC and Virginia should be out sometime in mid to late October. Until then, enjoy the rest of your summer!

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Dwight Zenzano

Dwight Zenzano

Tutor at dcbarexam.com
Dwight Zenzano is the author of the Bar Exam Blog at www.dcbarexam.com and tutors for all bar exams across the country. He specializes in the Virginia and DC bar exams and does in-person tutoring in the Washington DC metro area.
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Dwight Zenzano is the author of the Bar Exam Blog at www.dcbarexam.com and tutors for all bar exams across the country. He specializes in the Virginia and DC bar exams and does in-person tutoring in the Washington DC metro area.

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