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BOARD RULE 7. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO THE MARYLAND BAR BY UNIFORM BAR EXAMINATION PURSUANT...

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West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 19. Attorneys
Chapter 200. Admission to the Bar
Rules of the Board
MD Rules Attorneys, Rule 7
BOARD RULE 7. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO THE MARYLAND BAR BY UNIFORM BAR EXAMINATION PURSUANT TO RULE 19-201 (b)(2)
In order for an additional degree from an ABA-approved law school to qualify under Rule 19-201 (b):
(a) the applicant, in the course of meeting the requirements of the award of the degree from the applicant's law school, shall complete a minimum of 26 credit hours from among the subjects tested on the UBE and;
(b) the applicant shall furnish the following documents and certifications in a form required by the Board:
(1) a certification from the dean, assistant dean or acting dean of an ABA-approved law school that the applicant's foreign legal education, together with the applicant's approved law school degree, is the equivalent of that required for an LL.B. or a J.D. Degree in that law school;
(2) a certification from the dean, assistant dean or acting dean of an ABA-approved law school that the applicant has successfully completed a minimum of 26 credit hours from among the subjects tested on the UBE; and
(3) all documents considered for admission of the applicant to the degree program of an ABA-approved law school must be submitted by the law school and translated into the English language.

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[Adopted June 6, 2016, eff. July 1, 2016. Amended Dec. 4, 2018, eff. March 1, 2019.]
MD R Attorneys, Rule 7, MD R ATTORNEYS Rule 7
Current with amendments received through May 1, 2024. Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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