SC lifts five-strike rule for bar examinees

September 4, 2013

The Supreme Court en banc lifted last Tuesday the so-called “five-strike rule” for bar examinees, which states that an unsuccessful bar examinee cannot take the bar exams for more than five times. The five-strike rule was first implemented in 2005 through Bar Matter No. 1161, a resolution which disqualifies bar examinees who fail the bar five times from […]


Results of 2011 Bar Examinations

February 29, 2012

The Supreme Court has released the results of the 2011 Bar Examinations held last November. A total of 1,913 examinees out of 5,990 hopefuls passed the bar for a passing average of 31.95%, one of the highest ever in the history of the bar exams. The topnotcher is Raoul Angelo Atadero of Ateneo de Manila […]


2010 Bar Exam Questions (Third and Fourth Week)

September 29, 2010

The Supreme Court website has posted the questions for Mercantile Law, Criminal Law, Remedial Law and Legal Ethics which were asked during the third and fourth week of the Bar Exams. Click on the link to view the questionnaires. We welcome your suggested answers. Just post a comment to this post. Questions on Mercantile Law […]


2010 Bar Examinations Begin

September 7, 2010

September is here and this can only mean one thing for law grads…..its Bar Examinations time. According to the Supreme Court, a total of 5,012 law graduates are set to take the 2010 Bar Exam to be held on all four Sundays of September (September 5, 12, 19, and 26) at the De La Salle University […]