Admission on Motion
These questions are for those applying on motion (Rule 7, 8, 9, 10, or 11).
Click on the questions below for more information.
1) a J.D. or LL.B. degree from a law school which is approved (fully or provisionally) by the American Bar Association, or
2) all of the following:
- Bachelor’s degree from an agency recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Education;
- J.D. from a law school located within any state or territory in the U.S. or District of Columbia;
- License to practice law in any state of territory of the U.S. or District of Columbia
- Must have practiced law in 60 of the previous 84 months; and
- Evidence of practice, as a principal occupation, in one or more of the activities listed in Rule 7A(1)(c) for 60 of the previous 84 months.
1) If you have been practicing law for at least 1000 hours per year for at least 36 of the past 60 months, you may be eligible. See Rule 7A for additional requirements.
2) If you received a scaled score of 145 or higher on the Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) in the past 36 months, you may be eligible. See Rule 7B for additional requirements.
3) If you received a scaled score of 260 or higher on the Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) in the past 36 months, you may be eligible. See Rule 7C for additional requirements.
Applicant for admission on motion may NOT attend the ceremonies that are held for those applicants that sat for and passed the most current bar application.
Some documents require a PDF reader to view properly.