Out of State Attorneys' Exam
A Program Designed to Assist Out-of-State Attorneys
Maryland is one of a small number of states that offers an abbreviated bar exam—the Out-of-State Attorneys' Exam. The exam is for qualifying experienced attorneys licensed to practice in another state. Rule 13 of the Rules Governing Admission to the Bar, Maryland Rules, Annotated Code of Maryland, defines which lawyers qualify to take this exam.
Shemer Bar Review offers a program designed to assist out-of-state attorneys in their preparation. Our program will be tailored to meet your needs, giving you as much or as little time as you need. But like everything we do at Shemer Bar Review, you always have the opportunity for one-on-one contact with Shemer Bar faculty to address your specific questions and give you feedback on your preparation.
- Tutor Preperation Time: This charge may apply if your tutor requires time to prepare for your meeting, which is rare, and will be discussed with you at the time of scheduling. $50/hr
- Personal Interaction Session Fee: $899