CA Attorney Admission Ceremonies

yips
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CA Attorney Admission Ceremonies

Postby yips » Wed Dec 03, 2014 3:09 am

I can't find the answers to my several questions below. Any help?

1. Do I really have to complete all of the information on the card? The instructions say that enrollment will be delayed without birth date and address, but what about undergraduate degree and law degree?

2. What are the advantages of being sworn in to the district court at the same time?

3. If I want to be admitted to district court later on (like in a year), it won't be too much of a hassle, right? It's not like if I don't do it now, I'm setting myself up for a headache?

4. Does anyone know the fees for district court admission? Sorry if this information is super obvious -- maybe it's late and I'm tired, but I cannot find it!

Thanks a bunch, y'all!

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Re: CA Attorney Admission Ceremonies

Postby dr3wby@gmail.com » Thu Dec 04, 2014 3:27 pm

yips wrote:I can't find the answers to my several questions below. Any help?

1. Do I really have to complete all of the information on the card? The instructions say that enrollment will be delayed without birth date and address, but what about undergraduate degree and law degree?

2. What are the advantages of being sworn in to the district court at the same time?

3. If I want to be admitted to district court later on (like in a year), it won't be too much of a hassle, right? It's not like if I don't do it now, I'm setting myself up for a headache?

4. Does anyone know the fees for district court admission? Sorry if this information is super obvious -- maybe it's late and I'm tired, but I cannot find it!

Thanks a bunch, y'all!

If you would like to be sworn into the U.S. District Court, Central Division as well, please process the application online, once you receive your State Bar number, you must contact the Attorney Admissions Clerk at (213) 894-2085 and update your application with your State Bar number. As of October 2012 the admission fee for lawyers admitted to the California Bar for less than three years is $226. The admission fee for lawyers admitted to the California Bar for three or more years is $276.




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