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Academically successful students have an 80% chance of passing the bar the first time.

There is a direct correlation between academic performance in law school and a student's statistical likelihood of passing the Bar. At Glendale, the minimum cumulative gpa required to earn a JD is 70. Students considered academically successful for purposes of the 80% first-time pass rate typically graduate with a cumulative gpa of 74 or higher.

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