Are you a college student thinking of applying to law school, or a current law school student preparing to seek admission to the Florida Bar? If you are, this is one of the most important undertakings of your life and you need to think carefully before proceeding with the application process.
In order to become a member of the Florida Bar, the Florida Board of Bar Examiners requires that all applicants produce satisfactory evidence of good moral character, an adequate knowledge of the standards and ideals of the profession, and proof that the applicant is otherwise fit to take the oath and perform the obligations and responsibilities of an attorney.
The Board will review your bar application compare it with your law school application, and undertake a thorough investigation of your background. With this in mind, you may want to consult with us on how to adequately complete these applications.
In the event the Board has some questions about your background, whether due to financial mismanagement, alleged drug or alcohol abuse, mental illness or a history of criminal or disciplinary proceedings, you should contact an attorney to represent you before the Board of Bar Examiners. The attorneys at Pinkert and Marsh, P.A. have over 15 years of combined experience assisting Applicants with Florida Bar applications and providing representation at Investigative Hearings, and Formal Hearings before the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.