Admission to the practice of law in Wisconsin
Admission on proof of practice
SCR 40.05 - The applicant who applies for admission to the practice of law in Wisconsin must show they have been substantially engaged in the practice of law in a state or territory, the federal government or the District of Columbia for three years within the last five years prior to filing application for admission. A lawyer may satisfy this requirement by proof of practice in more than a single jurisdiction and under more than one provision of this rule.
Please contact the Board of Bar Examiners for more information.
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- Admission on Proof of Practice - Information and Filing Instructions (BE-370)
- Applicant Questionnaire and Affidavit (BE-001)
- Authorization and Release (BE-002)
- Character Reference Questionnaire (BE-101)
- Amendment to Application (BE-010)
- Change of Address Notification (BE-009)
- Medical Information Form (BE-004)
- Debts (BE-005)
- Traffic Violations (BE-007)
- Law Violations (BE-008)