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Admission to the State Bar of Arizona
The Arizona Supreme Court is responsible for the entire process of admitting attorneys to the State Bar of Arizona. The State Bar has no involvement with that process.
Arizona Supreme Court Rules 33 through 37 set forth the requirements for admission of applicants to the practice of law. No individual shall practice law in Arizona without being admitted to the Bar.
Additional information as well as the results of the most recent Bar exam can be found on the Arizona Supreme Court’s Admissions Unit web page.The State Bar of Arizona is a non-profit organization that operates under the supervision of the Arizona Supreme Court. The Bar regulates approximately 18,500 active attorneys and provides education and development programs for the legal profession and the public. The Bar's mission states that it exists to serve and protect the public with respect to the provision of legal services and access to justice. The organization was formed in 1933 and has a rich history of serving attorneys and the public. We have a wide variety of programs designed to help Arizonans, all of which are detailed throughout this website. As part of our goal to protect the public, the State Bar has a lawyer regulation department, which works to resolve problems between clients and attorneys. The Bar also offers legal information for consumers, periodic free legal advice days and other educational programs. The State Bar of Arizona is governed by a 29-member Board of Governors whose members are primarily lawyers elected by Bar members. Among those board members are four non-lawyers who are appointed to represent the public. The Bar has two office locations – Phoenix and Tucson. It offers excellent employment opportunities for more than 100 people who perform a wide variety of services. The State Bar is not a state agency. The organization's activities are funded through membership fees, service fees and other self-generated revenue. ]]>