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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 35. Board of Bar Examiners
Chapter 10. Rules of the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners
2/24/2024

18VAC35-10-130. Certificates of good standing.

Any applicant for a Virginia bar examination who has been admitted to the bar of another jurisdiction must attach to his application for examination a certificate of good standing from a judge or the clerk of the court of last resort of each such jurisdiction. Such certificate must be an original document and dated within one year of the filing deadline for such examination. If an applicant has ever applied for admission, by examination or otherwise, to any jurisdiction and was not admitted thereto, he must file with his application a statement listing each such jurisdiction and the date of application, and stating the reason the applicant was not admitted. No applicant who is, at the time of filing his application or subsequently, under disbarment or suspension in any jurisdiction, shall be eligible to take the Virginia bar examination.

Statutory Authority

§§ 54.1-3922 and 54.1-3931 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR168-01-02 § 4.1, eff. October 1, 1993.

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