Admission to the Utah State Bar is limited to three motions for admission per year: February, May and October. After the application has been processed and approved by the Character and Fitness Committee, you will be eligible to be admitted on the next scheduled motion. An application for admission based on the transfer of a UBE score can be filed at any time. However, bear in mind that processing an application takes 4-6 months. This means that in order to ensure that you are admitted on a specific motion you must file the application at least six months before that motion (e.g. if you want to ensure admission in October you must file your application by April).
Student Application – $550
Attorney Application – $850
Rules Governing Admission
You should become familiar with the Rules Governing Admission. Those listed below are particularly relevant to Applicants transferring a UBE score:
Rule 14-701 Provides the definitions of important terms used throughout the Rules.
Rule 14-702(f) States that the Bar does not have the power to waive the Rules.
Rule 14-703 Lists the qualifications that must be met by all Student Applicants and Foreign Law School Applicants.
Rule 14-704 Lists the qualifications that must be met by all Attorney Applicants.
Rule 14-707 Information on deadlines, the FBI Background Check, and withdrawals.
Rule 14-708 Information on the Character and Fitness standards and process.
Rule 14-712 Lists the qualifications for transferring a UBE score, including time limitations and minimum score.
Rule 14-713 MPRE requirements.
If you have questions, please refer to the FAQs, the Filing Instructions, and the Rules Governing Admission. If you still cannot find the answer to your question, contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.