10,816 Aspiring Lawyers Set for 2023 Bar Exam


The Supreme Court (SC) has just revealed that a staggering 10,816 individuals are on the verge of undertaking the rigorous 2023 Bar examinations, according to their recent announcement on Friday. Within this impressive number, it was disclosed that 5,832 are newcomers to the Bar examination, while 4,984 are determined retakers, demonstrating their unwavering commitment to achieving success in the legal profession.

Ensuring the smooth and efficient administration of the Bar examinations is a top priority for the Supreme Court (SC). To achieve this, they have detailed a comprehensive strategy that involves deploying roughly 2,571 dedicated court personnel and lawyers to oversee operations at their 14 Local Testing Centers (LTCs), including the pivotal local testing headquarters.

For the central hub of these examinations, the National Headquarters has been designated at San Beda College – Alabang, strategically located within the lively city of Muntinlupa. This decision aims to provide a well-organized and conducive environment for aspiring lawyers as they undertake this crucial step in their legal careers.

As per the Supreme Court’s announcement, the following locations have been designated as the Local Testing Centers (LTCs) for the Bar Exams:

National Capital Region
San Beda University – Manila
University of Sto. Tomas
San Beda College – Alabang
University of the Philippines – Diliman
Manila Adventist College
University of the Philippines – Bonifacio Global City
Saint Louis University
Cagayan State University
University of Nueva Caceres
University of San Jose – Recoletos
University of San Carlos
Dr. V. Orestes Romualdez Educational Foundation
Ateneo de Davao University
Xavier University

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