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Eligibility to Sit for the Bar

It is required that you be a graduate of an ABA approved law school in order to be eligible to sit for the Indiana bar examination.  Read More »

Overview of Admission Requirements

The applicant must have successfully taken and passed the Indiana bar examination, (except attorneys who are licensed in another...  Read More »

Exam Dates

The Indiana Bar Examination is administered twice each year:
On the last Tuesday and Wednesday...  Read More »

Deadlines

The Indiana Board of Law Examiners will not accept applications for the February Bar Examination before October 1st. The Indiana Board...  Read More »

Exam Content

The examination will consist of three parts: Multistate Performance Test (MPT)....  Read More »

Procedure for Review

Indiana Supreme Court Admission and Discipline Rule 14 provides: All applicants who have achieved a combined...  Read More »

Release of MBE Scores

The National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE) has been approved to release MBE scores to applicants. To obtain your MBE score...  Read More »

Score Transfers

Indiana accepts MBE transfer scores on concurrent exams only. With proper scheduling an applicant may be permitted to take the bar...  Read More »

Veterans

The State Board of Law Examiners has received approval status for the Indiana Bar Examination from the Department of Veterans.  Read More »

Laptop Testing

The Indiana Board of Law Examiners allows applicants to use their personal laptop computer to complete their answers to the to the essay portions of the bar exam.  Read More »