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MISSOURI BOARD of
LAW EXAMINERS

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February 2016 Exam Results & Enrollment Ceremony


The February 2016 exam results will be released AFTER 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12, 2016.  The names of successful candidates who have met all admission requirements at that time will be posted here. Notice of results will be posted to individual applicant user home pages on Wednesday, April 13, 2016.  Results will not be given over the telephone, sent by fax or sent by e-mail.  Please do not call the board's office asking when results will be released.

 

Individuals who pass the bar examination and who have met all other requirements for admission to the bar are expected to attend the enrollment ceremony to be held at the Supreme Court of Missouri on Thursday, April 28, 2016, to take the oath of admission. The Missouri Bar enrollment ceremony is the traditional welcome extended to new members of The Missouri Bar by the Judges of the Supreme Court of Missouri, the officers of The Missouri Bar and the members of the Board of Law Examiners.  Your attendance at the enrollment ceremony is anticipated.  You are expected to dress in business attire for the enrollment ceremony before the Supreme Court of Missouri.  Appropriate attire is a coat and tie for men and a dress or suit for women.  Revealing clothing and jeans are not appropriate attire.   More details will follow closer to the release of exam results.   



In-house Counsel Amnesty Program


On October 30, 2015, the Court issued an order establishing an amnesty program between January 1, 2016, and December 31, 2016, for attorneys in violation of the limited admission requirements of Rule 8.105.  If in-house counsel participates in the amnesty program, there will be no disciplinary investigation as to whether such in-house counsel complied with all the provisions of Rule 8.105 for the years they should have been, but were not, properly admitted.  Additionally in-house counsel will not be required to pay arrears of admission fees or make up continuing legal education credits.