Reimbursement for Character and Fitness

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Reimbursement for Character and Fitness

Postby pereatmundus » Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:06 pm

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Re: Reimbursement for Character and Fitness

Postby Anonymous User » Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:24 pm

pereatmundus wrote:Does anyone know how law firm reimbursement works for aspects of getting admitted to the bar that one has to pay for far in advance of the exam itself? I'm particularly thinking here of registration and character and fitness fees in California, which are pretty steep, but which it seems might need to be incurred before one has accepted a post-SA offer from a firm. Do they generally take receipts and reimburse after you accept your offer? Are you screwed if you pay these before signing on the line? Or are these generally not reimbursed at all, and only the exam-related expenses reimbursed?


My firm reimbursed me for all such fees and costs. Printed out a copy of the confirmation / receipt page, and sent it in to recruiting.

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