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  2. Bar Admissions - Judiciary of New York

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    Generally, applicants for admission certified to the Fourth Department either sat for the bar examination in the Fourth Department or reside in the department. The Fourth Department encompasses 22 counties within the Fifth, Seventh, and Eighth Judicial Districts of New York. The Court has created a Committee on Character and Fitness in each of ...

  3. Home page of Attorney Admissions - Judiciary of New York

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    ADMISSIONS TO THE NEW YORK BAR AND OTHER MEANS OF AUTHORIZED PRACTICE. Information to be admitted to the New York bar as an attorney to practice law in New York State, as well as alternate ways to be authorized to practice law in New York State. NOTE: New York Judiciary Law §478 makes it unlawful for anyone to practice, appear or hold ...

  4. Admission - BOLE- OFFICIAL PAGE NEW YORK STATE BAR EXAMINATION

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    Section 520.12(d)(1) of the Rules of the New York State Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors at Law requires applicants to file the complete application for admission with the Supreme Court, Appellate Division within three (3) years from the date when the applicant sat for the second day of the Uniform Bar Examination ...

  5. Attorney Admissions - Judiciary of New York

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    State of New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division Third Judicial Department Attorney Admissions P.O. Box 7350, Capitol Station Albany, New York 12224-0350 (518) 471-4778 Fax (518) 471-4749 . Anthony A. Moore Director of Attorney Admissions

  6. ADMISSION BY EXAM OR ON MOTION | NYCOURTS.GOV

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    Admission on Motion (Reciprocity) New York State permits admission on motion, without examination, for applicants who have practiced for five of the preceding seven years, are admitted to practice in at least one reciprocal U.S. jurisdiction, and have graduated from an American Bar Association approved law school.

  7. Attorney Verification - New York State Bar Association

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    ATTORNEY SEARCH & VERIFICATION / CERTIFICATES OF GOOD STANDING. Q: Can the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) verify whether or not an attorney is a member of the New York Bar in good standing? A: No. The NYSBA is not the official New York Bar and is not responsible for attorney licenses or registration.

  8. NYS BAR EXAM PAST RESULTS PASS LOOKUP

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    Bar Exam Pass Result Lookup. OCTOBER 2020 REMOTE EXAM. FEBRUARY 2020 BAR EXAM. JULY 2019 BAR EXAM. FEBRUARY 2019 BAR EXAM. JULY 2018 BAR EXAM. FEBRUARY 2018 BAR EXAM. JULY 2017 BAR EXAM. FEBRUARY 2017 BAR EXAM.

  9. IMPORTANT Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, our offices in NYC are operating with limited staffing. The best way to file your attorney registration or make address changes at this time is via Attorney Online Services found at www.nycourts.gov.

  10. Registration FAQs | NYCOURTS.GOV - Judiciary of New York

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    How does an attorney resign from the New York bar? Questions regarding resignation from the bar should be directed to the attorney's Appellate Division of admission. If an attorney resigns from the New York Bar, s/he is no longer duly-admitted, and no longer obligated to file the registration.