Your Ticket to Bar Admission

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Even if you pass the Maryland bar examination, you must prove that you have the moral character and fitness to practice law before you can obtain a law license. In applying for admission to the bar, applicants must honestly disclose prior criminal history, substance abuse or drug addictions, alcoholism, sexual misconduct, debts, academic dishonesty, driving history, and other offenses. To avoid penalties for failure to disclose information requested in the bar application, the help of an experienced bar admissions attorney can make the difference between an unfavorable report and a recommendation for admission to the bar. Such counsel is just as critical at hearings before the Character Committee and before the Board of Law Examiners of Maryland.