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The final deadline for the July 2019 examination has passed; no further applications will be accepted. The timely filing deadline for the February 2020 examination is November 15, 2019.

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An online version of the bar admissions information presented to beginning Florida law school students is now available. Also available is an online version of information provided for 3L students.

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