The Supreme Court (SC) announced the Bar Examinations for 2016. In a resolution, the high court en banc approved the conduct of the Bar exams during the four Sundays of November —on November 6, 13, 20, and 27, 2013.
The SC stated that acceptance of applications to take the 2016 bar examination for graduates of law schools with original school calendars will start June 1 and end July 31 without extension while for graduates whose academic year ends in June 2016 have until Aug. 15 without extension.
The high court en banc has also allowed the Office of the Bar Confidant (OBC) to start negotiations with UST for the use of its campus and facilities this coming November.
BAR Bulletin No. 1:
Revised Forms and Requirements for the Petition to Take the Bar Examinations
BAR Bulletin No. 2:
- Political Law
- Labor Law
- Civil Law
- Mercantile Law
- Criminal Law
- Remedial Law
- Legal and Judicial Ethics
BAR Bulletin No. 3: List of Unconditionally Approved Candidates for 2016 Bar Examinations
BAR Bulletin No. 5: List of Unconditionally Approved Candidates for 2016 Bar Examinations
BAR Bulletin No. 13: Guide and Rules of Conduct to the 2016 Bar Examinations
BAR Bulletin No. 19: Contigency Plan for 2016 Bar Examinations
BAR Bulletin No. 21: List of Admitted Candidates in the 2016 Bar Examinations
This year’s Bar Examination Committee Chairman is Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr
In the 2015 Bar Exam results, passing rate was 24.22% or 1,731 out of 7,146 aspiring lawyers passed the exams.
Rachel Angeli B. Miranda grad of the University of the Philippines scored a grade of 87.40% to top the 1,731 law graduates who passed the 2015 Bar exams. List of top passers of 2015 Bar Exam.
Please always visit philboardresults.com for more updates in November 2015 Bar Exam Results.