October 2020 Grade Release Date Announced
The results of the October 13, 2020 Bar Examination are scheduled to be released on Friday, November 20, 2020.
Supreme Court names Registrant Advocate
Please see the press release dated September 3, 2020 for specific information.
First applicants for Florida’s temporary supervised legal practice program approved
Please see the press release dated August 28, 2020 for specific information.
Florida Supreme Court enters order concerning the rescheduling of the online bar examination and authorization of temporary supervised practice program
On August 26, 2020, The Florida Supreme Court entered an order in re: COVID-19 Emergency Changes to the Administration of the July 2020 Florida Bar Examination — Rescheduling of Online Bar Examination and Authorization of Temporary Supervised Practice Program.
Florida Supreme Court issues pandemic order establishing supervised practice program for Bar applicants
On August 24, 2020, The Florida Supreme Court entered an order establishing the supervised practice program for 2020 bar applicants. Applicants who qualify should submit the Application for Temporary Supervised Practice form to the board, via portal upload through the applicant portal, fax to (850) 414-6822, or mail to 1891 Eider Court, Tallahassee, FL 32399-1750.
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