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Learn more about which US states and territories allow foreign attorneys to waive into the bar and what their requirements are in this comprehensive guide. READ MORE >
Learn what the bar admission requirements are in every state and territory of the United States. READ MORE >
Have you passed the bar in one state and want to work in another? Find out what your options are in this article. READ MORE >
Question:I’m very interested in re-locating to California and have registered to take the next California Bar exam. Can I start looking at positions now, or do I have to wait until I’m a CA Bar Member? READ MORE >
I am contemplating a move to California but have heard that most law firms require attorneys to be members of the California bar. Is this true? If so, why do law firms have this requirement? READ MORE >
I'm a third year associate currently practicing in New York but I'd like to make a move to Los Angeles. What are my chances of finding a position with a large law firm before I take the California bar exam? READ MORE >
I am currently practicing law in Texas, and while I like aspects of my current job, my wife and I have decided to move to the Midwest, where we both grew up and have family support. I have been out of school for six years and am under the impression that I can waive into the Illinois Bar as well as a handful of other state bars throughout the Midwest. However, I have a number of questions regarding the process, the costs, the time it takes to complete the process and whether the background check done on applicants includes contacting current employers. As you can probably imagine, I am conducting this job search in confidence so as to avoid jeopardizing my current position. Can you help me find the relevant information for each of the state bars in the Midwest? READ MORE >
I am a second-year associate and was laid off from my job in March 2009. Since then, I have focused my time on finding a new job. I am completely open in terms of geography and have applied to a number of jobs in different states. I finally secured an interview with an out-of-state firm, and while I am excited at the opportunity, I am not sure how to address the fact that I am not yet barred in the state. What do you recommend? READ MORE >
There are many considerations that come into play when an attorney decides to move to another geographic region. Any attorney moving geographically will be faced with practicing in a new jurisdiction. Most attorneys will tell you that with any move comes the dread of potentially having to take another bar exam. READ MORE >
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