The Board of Law Examiners is the judicial agency responsible for determining that applicants seeking to be licensed to practice law in Texas meet the qualifications set by the Supreme Court of Texas.
09/17/14 - Due to personnel changes a reallocation of our alphabetic processing system was necessary. Consequently if you have already filed with our office, a different Licensure Analyst may now be handling the processing of your file. Please refer to our Contact Us linkto verify your Licensure Analyst prior to contacting our office for assistance. Our Contact Us link is located at the bottom of the menu on the left side of this page.
09/05/14 - As the October 1st Declaration of Intention filing deadline approaches, students attending law school in Texas should review our Declaration of Intention page (select Applications on the left side of this page, then Declaration of Intention). Please review all of this information carefully, including the Frequently Asked Questions, and Postmark Deadline information. It is also recommended that you complete your Declaration using the eFast system, as it can help to reduce the likelihood of your Declaration being returned to you for incompleteness.
09/05/14 - For those individuals who recently received their results from the August 2014 MPRE, our MPRE requirement can be found under Rule V of the Rules Governing Admission to the Bar of Texas.
08/12/14 - July 2014 Exam Questions are now available in the Examination Information/Past Exams Tab.