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The California bar has two types of admission certificates: a "standard" one which is free and a fancy one which costs money. I have seen pictures of the fancy one, but does anyone know what the standard one looks like? Is there any point to getting a certificate other than to hang on the wall? Do firms ever reimburse the cost of the fancy one? Is it worth buying?
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There's absolutely no reason to get it except to hang it up on your wall, and firms will generally not reimburse the $60 dollars it costs. The standard one is very amateur looking and you will not be hanging it on your wall. While its absolutely not essential, I don't see why someone wouldn't just spend the money to have a very nice certificate of a major accomplishment that will likely be a family heirloom one day.