The Louisiana Bar Exam assesses whether or not a candidate is competent to practice law in Louisiana. A minimum scaled score of 650 out of 900 possible points is required to pass.
The Louisiana Bar Exam tests candidates on unique aspects of Louisiana's laws. The Committee on Bar Admissions administers a written examination, which consists of two parts: A nine-part written examination and the Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination.
Unlike most states, Louisiana does not require that students take the Multistate Bar Examination, or the MBE.
AdaptiBar prepares students for the MBE, and is therefore not an appropriate preparation tool for those who are taking the Lousiana Bar Exam.
The Louisiana Bar Exam is a 3-day exam.
For more information on the Louisiana Bar Exam, visit the official Louisiana Bar Examination site.
Interested in Louisiana Bar Exam pass rates? We've collected the Louisiana Bar Exam statistics dating back to 2004: Louisiana Bar Exam Results