Bar Stars: Meet the Three Unique Top Scorers of July Texas Bar Exam

, Texas Lawyer


The three top scorers on the July Texas bar exam aren't people who went to law school because they didn't know what else to do. They were knee-deep in other disciplines when they decided to make a change for the legal profession.

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  • Paul Alan Levy

    With due respect, considering that there is nothing to be gained by aceing a bar exam, anybody who does significantly better than merely passing the bar exam knows that he or she just spent too much time preparing for the exam. That is certainly how I felt when I did extremely well on the Michigan bar exam in 1977....

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