California Bar eligibility- Foreign Trained lawyers.


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I am a foreign-trained lawyer from India. I am registered with both the State Bar and Indian Bar Association. I did my LLM here in the US but did not take any bar courses. Now, I want to sit for the California Bar. my question:
1. Am I eligible?
2. Do we have to give documents for evaluation? If yes, what documents what?

Hi

I am a foreign-trained lawyer from India. I am registered with both the State Bar and Indian Bar Association. I did my LLM here in the US but did not take any bar courses. Now, I want to sit for the California Bar. my question:
1. Am I eligible?
2. Do we have to give documents for evaluation? If yes, what documents what?
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Hello!

1) Yes, you are eligible to take the CA bar exam. In CA qualified lawyers in any jurisdiction in the world are eligible to take the examination.

2) Yes, you need to send a certificate of good stating issued by the Indian Bar Association and a copy of your passport. Note that CA takes up to 4 months to give a final response regarding your eligibility.

If you are interested in preparing for the bar, please contact me.

Hello!

1) Yes, you are eligible to take the CA bar exam. In CA qualified lawyers in any jurisdiction in the world are eligible to take the examination.

2) Yes, you need to send a certificate of good stating issued by the Indian Bar Association and a copy of your passport. Note that CA takes up to 4 months to give a final response regarding your eligibility.

If you are interested in preparing for the bar, please contact me.
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Hi Julian, please let me know how we can connect. I am planning to sit for CA bar but a foreign educated lawyer.

Hi Julian, please let me know how we can connect. I am planning to sit for CA bar but a foreign educated lawyer.
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