Many bar admission candidates who pass the bar are not granted admission because of an issue concerning their character and fitness. The hearing is too important to be taken lightly. If a bar admission candidate is unable to convince the examiners that he or she has the necessary qualities to become a member of the Bar then the candidate will not be admitted. We are here to help and guide you through that process.
Character and Fitness Hearing
A bar admission candidate who passes the bar exam may be denied a license to practice law because of information contained in or omitted from the applicant’s file, bar application or other information discovered by the investigating body charged with the inquiry. As such, the candidate will not be granted his or her license without convincing the hearing examiner(s) that the candidate possesses the requisite qualities required of attorneys. The bar admission candidate should be represented by an attorney with experience in these matters.
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Hornstine Law, LLC offers every client a free consultation. In order to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced licensing attorneys, please contact our office at 215-568-4968 (in New Jersey at 609-523-2222). We are available for a free consultation before and after business hours, and on the weekend upon request.