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The majority of our graduates at the University of Wyoming College of Law take the Wyoming or Colorado bar exam. Both states are now Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) states, so there is no need to sit for the exam in both states. For additional info or info on other jurisdictions' bar admission requirements, please refer to the Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements. This publication can be found on the National Conference of Bar Examiners' website at www.ncbex.org.
When applying for the bar examination, you will be asked for a great deal of information regarding your academic, professional, personal, and financial life. You are encouraged to start gathering your past addresses, employment information, and any disciplinary information early so that you can meet the deadlines set by each jurisdiction.
State of Wyoming Bar Admission
Visit the Wyoming State Bar website to obtain Wyoming Bar Exam Information (click on Admissions on the toolbar on the top bar). Cathy Duncil, Director of Admissions for the Wyoming State Bar can answer any specific questions you may have. She can be reached by email, email@example.com, or by phone at (307) 432-2105.
Some states, including Wyoming (but not Colorado) use the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBEX) to complete the background check and character & fitness portion of the bar application. If you are applying to take the bar exam in Wyoming, in addition to completing the Application for Admission and other required forms on the Wyoming State Bar's website, you will also have to complete the NCBE Character and Fitness Application on the NCBEX website. Click on the link for the NCBE Character and Fitness Application, then on the right-hand side of the page, click on "Create an Account."
State of Colorado Bar Admission
If you are taking a different jurisdiction's bar exam, please visit that particular jurisdiction's board of law examiner's website. If you are not sure where to go, please refer to the National Conference of Bar Examiners publication: the Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements. The Comprehensive Guide is updated by the NCBEX each year and contains the most accurate and up-to-date information about bar admission requirements.