Admission to the State Bar of Arizona

The Arizona Supreme Court is responsible for administering the Bar exam and the entire process of admitting attorneys to the State Bar of Arizona. Applicants must pass both the Bar exam and a review by the Supreme Court's Committee on Character and Fitness.

Arizona Supreme Court Rules 33 through 37 set forth the requirements for admission of applicants to the practice of law. No individual shall practice law in Arizona without being admitted to the Bar.

Additional information as well as the results of the most recent Bar exam can be found on the Arizona Supreme Court's Admissions Unit web page.