College of Law > Academics > Bar Passage Program > The Illinois Bar Exam
Illinois administers the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) on the last Tuesday and Wednesday of each February and July. The subjects tested on the Illinois Bar Exam include all DePaul first-year subjects plus a number of core electives.
The Illinois Bar Exam is a two-day exam.
For current information, visit the NCBE Website.
A number of the subjects tested on the Illinois Bar Exam are covered in the following core electives offered at the College of Law:
LAW 102 Business OrganizationsLAW 305 Secured TransactionsLAW 308 Wills & TrustsLAW 407 Conflict of LawsLAW 410 EvidenceLAW 420 Real Estate TransactionLAW 423 RemediesLAW 518 Criminal Procedure I: InvestigationLAW 557: Criminal Procedure II: AdjudicationLAW 220: Advanced Civil ProcedureLAW 304: SalesLAW 477: First Amendment: Freedom of Speech & ReligionLAW 505: Products LiabilityLAW 508: Administrative LawLAW 509: Family Law
The Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar generally releases the February bar exam results in early April and the July results in early October. Be sure to check the Illinois Board of Admissions to the Bar website prior to the exam date for the most up-to-date exam information.