If you have not already done so, your Application to Register as a Candidate for Admission to the Practice of Law must be RECEIVED in the Office of Bar Admissions at the Supreme Court of Ohio by November 15, 2009.

 Please see  for calendar of deadlines.

 Also see  to access that application.

 Law school certificates (available on the application link above) must be submitted to the law school dean’s office, College Program Specialist / Law Registrar Liz Sauders for processing.  Do not delay!   These forms take time to process. 

 Questions?   Please feel free to contact Assistant Dean Lauri Thorpe at or me at


 PRESENTERS:        Christine Einloth, Bar Admissions Specialist and Kelly Witt, Bar Admissions Specialist from The Supreme Court of Ohio

 DATE:                        Monday, October 12, 2009

 TIME:                        5:00 to 5:15 registration  (FREE cookies & bottle water will be served!)

                                      5:15 to 6:25 presentation

 LOCATION:                 Room 151

PURPOSE:                   If you are a first or second year law student, you are considering or definitely planning to sit for the Ohio bar exam, and you have NOT yet submitted your required preliminary bar application, then you should absolutely plan to attend this FREE workshop.   This program is open to all law students.

Topics addressed will include:

 ¨       The Ohio bar application process

¨       Character and Fitness (issues, problems, investigations)

¨       The level of scrutiny given to the bar applications

¨       Appropriate and thorough responses to the bar application questions

¨       DEADLINES!

 Consider the following Preliminary Bar Application DEADLINES for The Supreme Court of Ohio

 November 15:  By all SECOND YEAR FULL- and PART-TIME students  ($75 fee)

January 15:       DROP DEAD DEADLINE for July bar exam takers ($200 late fee)

 August 15:        DROP DEAD DEADLINE for February bar exam takers ($200 late fee)

WARNING:       Waiting until the drop-dead dates to file an application places you at risk of not getting to take the bar exam right after graduation.

 QUESTIONS?    Please contact College Programs Specialist Liz Sauders at or Assistant Dean Thorpe at

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