In order to obtain a license to practice law, almost all law school graduates must apply for bar admission through a state board of bar examiners. This board is usually an agency of the highest state court in the jurisdiction, but occasionally the board is connected more closely to the state's bar association. The criteria for eligibility to take the bar examination or to otherwise qualify for bar admission are set by each state, not by the ABA or the Council for the Section of Legal Education.
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A good list of links with a brief description of what students can expect to find at each link. Includes information, via a link, on the Patent Bar. The states that are included in the "Sample Bar Exams" section: Arkansas, Delaware, Maryland, Minnesota. and Texas.
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To get information about bar admission requirements or to apply for admission to the bar, contact the appropriate jurisdiction below. Most jurisdictions have information available via their own websites found on the Website links.
Preparing for Your Bar Examination -- an Overview of the 50 States and U.S. Territories. Provides a list of addresses, phone numbers, and detailed information about your particular state bar examination.