Rules for Admission to the State Bar of Montana
Montana Board of Bar Examiners Rules
Rules of Procedure of the Commission on Character & Fitness
Montana Rules of Professional Conduct
Rules for Lawyer Disciplinary Enforcement
Summarized Changes to Montana Bar Admissions Process
Montana Bar Examination Statistics (as of 5/1/13)
Admissions Monthly Calendar
University of Montana Graduation Requirements (excerpt)
State Bar of Montana 'Application Clinic'
NCBE article: "Character & Fitness Investigations: The Electronic Application & Other Minor Processing Miracles"
Sample NCBE online Application
NCBE 2013 Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements (national statistics)
7/3/12 S.Ct. Order adopting the UBE, the Montana Law Seminar and increasing the minimum passing score
NCBE article: "The Policies Behind the Portability"
Map: Adoption of the Uniform Bar Examination (as of 1/18/13)
Implementation Plan for Educational Component (10/2012)
Board of Bar Examiners Submission of Plan for Implementation of UBE & on-line Testing Component (3/2012)
UBE Jurisdictions Requiring Jurisdiction Specific Component
Character & Fitness Commission - Purpose & Procedures
Character & Fitness Flow Chart
Character & Fitness Stipulations Guidelines
NCBE CF Jurisdiction Requirements Chart
Lawyer Assistance Program Annual Report
ODC's 2012 Annual Report
ODC Conditional Admittee Discipline (as of 5-28-13)
Clerk of the Supreme Court Role in Bar Admissions & Regulation
2005-5 Order Attys Seeking Reinstatement to Active Status
Supreme Court Orders re Admission and Character & Fitness
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