Examination Results

Examination results for the July 2019 General Bar Examination are expected to be released on September 16, 2019.

Examination Information

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.

Bar Admissions Presentations

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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Florida Board of Bar Examiners

Under rule 1-13 of the Rules of the Supreme Court Relating to Admissions to The Bar, the Florida Board of Bar Examiners is an administrative agency of the Supreme Court of Florida created by the court to implement the rules relating to bar admission.

Under rule 1-21, the Florida Board of Bar Examiners consists of 12 members of The Florida Bar and 3 public members who are not lawyers.

Officers of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners
Chair: Scott L. Baena, Esq.
Vice Chair: David C. Reeves, Esq.

Members of the Florida Board of Bar Examiners
Dennis J. Alfonso, Esq.
Patrick P. Coll, Esq.
John R. Dierking, Esq.
Larry S. Hersch, Esq.
William F. Hodgkins
Kurt E. Lee, Esq.
Deborah S. Minnis, Esq.
Jennifer Martinez Mooney, Esq.
Rachelle Munson, Esq.
Jane A. Rose, Esq.
Robert Dutton Shaw, Jr.
Elaine Terenzi
Peter L. Wechsler, Esq.

Staff of the Florida Board Of Bar Examiners
Michele A. Gavagni, Executive Director
James T. Almon, General Counsel

Please direct any correspondence to the Board's Executive Director.

Michele A. Gavagni
Executive Director
Florida Board of Bar Examiners
1891 Eider Court
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1750
(850) 487-1292
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