By order of the Supreme Court of Georgia (219 GA 873 and subsequent amendments) you are required (before engaging in the practice of law) to register with the State Bar and to pay the prescribed dues.
Congratulations on passing the Bar Exam! The first step in the admission process is to be sworn in to the Superior Court. Read More
If you have been approved by the Office of Bar Admissions, congratulations! The first step in the admission process is to be sworn in to the Superior Court. Read More
The State Bar may recognize as affiliates, without the rights and privileges of membership, members of the legal profession not authorized to practice law in Georgia, but who are licensed to practice law in another state or the District of Columbia, and are in good standing in all jurisdictions in which they are licensed. Read More
The State Bar may recognize as law student members, without the rights and privileges of membership, those law students currently enrolled in a law school approved by the American Bar Association or any law school approved by the Georgia Board of Bar Examiners. Read More
Information for Georgia attorneys seeking comity with other jurisdictions, and information for lawyers outside of Georgia seeking admission on motion without examination. Read More
Domestic and foreign attorneys seeking admission pro hac vice to appear in Superior and State Courts of Georgia should review Rule 4.4 of Uniform Superior Court Rules and its appendix. Read More
Part XXI, Provision of Legal Services Following Determination of Major Disaster, Rule 121, authorizes lawyers who are not admitted to practice law in Georgia to provide legal services in this state under certain narrowly defined circumstances following a major disaster. Read More