Missouri Attorney Membership Services
To find instructions for requesting a Certificate of Good Standing or a Certificate of Disciplinary Status go to Missouri Attorney Enrollment.
To Request a Copy of your Missouri Application Forms
There is a $50 fee. You must complete this Copy Request form. We will mail the copy to you or to the recipient designated in your request. Send the completed form to our office with a check in the amount of $50 payable to "Board of Law Examiners."
To Request Transfer of your Missouri MBE Score to Another Jurisdiction
To transfer a Multistate Bar Examination (MBE) score obtained in Missouri to another jurisdiction, you must complete and submit this MBE Transfer Request form, together with a check in the amount of $50 payable to "Board of Law Examiners." Missouri transfers scores directly and no longer utilizes the National Conference of Bar Examiners for this service.
To Request a Replacement License Document
To request a replacement license document, you must complete and submit this Duplicate License Request form, together with a check in the amount of $50 payable to "Board of Law Examiners."
Transferring UBE Scores from Missouri
The Missouri Board of Law Examiners uses the UBE score transcript services provided by NCBE to transfer UBE scores earned in Missouri to other jurisdictions. NCBE will not release any UBE score information until after your scores have been released by the Missouri Board of Law Examiners. Instructions for submitting a request can be found on the UBE Score Transcript Services page on NCBE’s web site.
To Have Your MPRE Score Reported to Another Jurisdiction
Multistate Professional Responsibility Score reporting to examinees and jurisdictions is handled by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) for scores earned in 1999 or later. Instructions can be found on the MPRE Score Services page on the NCBE website. Please direct inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to (608) 280-8550.
For MPRE scores earned between 1983 and 1999 you must complete and submit this MPRE TRANSFER REQUEST FORM, together with two $25 checks, each made payable to "Board of Law Examiners." The first $25 is a charge for a search of your admission file. If the official score report is found the second $25 payment is the actual transfer fee. If the score is not found the second $25 check will be marked void and returned to you. A letter stating your score is no longer available will be sent to the jurisdiction where you are seeking admission. MBLE will not transfer an MPRE score that was earned in 1999 or later.