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September 2020 Texas Bar exam results listed

Congratulations to everyone who passed the September 2020 bar exam! A virtual New Lawyer Induction Ceremony will be held on November 16—details to follow. The Texas Board of Legal examiners website has posted the full past list for the exam. Pass-rate statistics will also be available on the site in the coming weeks.… Continue Reading

Induction ceremony for February 2020 Texas Bar Exam canceled

Editor’s Note: The Texas Board of Law Examiners issued the following announcement. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Bar of Texas will not hold a swearing-in ceremony after the February 2020 bar exam results are released. Any person who is authorized to administer oaths—including a judge, retired judge, clerk, or notary—may swear you in, either before or … Continue Reading

New Texas lawyers to be sworn in November 18

The State Bar of Texas’ newest attorneys will be officially sworn in November 18 at the State Bar of Texas New Lawyers Induction Ceremony in Austin. Those who passed the July 2019 Texas Bar Examination are eligible to be inducted at the event, which will be at 10 a.m. at the Frank Erwin Center in … Continue Reading

Newest attorneys sworn in to Texas Bar

The Supreme Court of Texas and State Bar of Texas welcomed the state’s newest members of the profession May 13 at the Frank Irwin Center in Austin. Texas’ highest courts, the State Bar, the Texas Board of Law Examiners, law school deans, and friends and family looked on as newly licensed attorneys took the Lawyer’s … Continue Reading

New Texas lawyers to be sworn in May 13

The State Bar of Texas’ newest attorneys will be officially sworn in May 13 at the State Bar of Texas New Lawyers Induction Ceremony in Austin. Those who passed the February 2019 Texas Bar Examination are eligible to be inducted at the event, which will be at 10 a.m. at the Frank Erwin Center in … Continue Reading

Texas’ newest attorneys sworn in

The Texas Supreme Court and State Bar of Texas welcomed newly licensed attorneys at the New Lawyer Induction ceremony November 19 at the Frank Irwin Center in Austin. Members of the Texas’ highest courts, deans from the state’s law schools, State Bar and Texas Board of Law Examiners officials, and friends and family watched as … Continue Reading

Texas’ newest lawyers are sworn in at induction ceremony

The newest group of Texas attorneys took the Lawyer’s Oath Monday morning at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Members of the Texas Supreme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, deans from Texas law schools, and representatives from the State Bar of Texas and the Texas Board of Law Examiners welcomed hundreds of law … Continue Reading

New Texas lawyers to be sworn in November 20

New Texas lawyers will be officially sworn in on November 20 at the State Bar of Texas New Lawyers Induction Ceremony. Attorneys who passed the July 2017 Texas Bar Examination are eligible to be inducted at the event, which begins at 10 a.m. at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin.… Continue Reading

New Texas lawyers to be sworn in May 15

Hundreds of Texas’ newest lawyers will be officially sworn in the morning of May 15 at the State Bar of Texas New Lawyers Induction Ceremony. Those who passed the February 2017 Texas Bar Examination and are eligible to be inducted at the event, which will be at 10 a.m. at the Frank Erwin Center in … Continue Reading

New Texas lawyers sworn in at November ceremony

Hundreds of Texas’ newest lawyers were officially sworn in Monday at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin at the November New Lawyers Induction Ceremony. Friends and family of the new attorneys and representatives from the State Bar of Texas and the state’s law schools filled the room for the event, as the Texas Supreme Court … Continue Reading

Video recap: New Lawyers Induction Ceremony

Texas Bar TV recaps the November 16, 2015, New Lawyers Induction Ceremony in a new segment available here. Following the 84th Texas Legislature’s passage of SB 534—which added to the lawyer’s oath a pledge to advance civility and integrity—the State Bar invited all practicing attorneys to come to Austin to recite the new oath with … Continue Reading
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