Rule 211

Submission of Application to the Board

An applicant for admission to the bar shall file with the Board a written application, in the form of a verified statement, in the form and at the time prescribed by the Board, setting forth those matters which the Board deems necessary, including information pertaining to character, education and prior employment, and shall pay any application fee fixed by the Board therefor.

Note: Based on former Supreme Court Rule 8C4 and eliminates the detailed listing of the contents of the application, which will be prescribed from time to time by the Board.

Adopted July 1, 1972. Amended June 6, 1977.