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The University of Baltimore School of Law requires that all new students read and understand the character and fitness requirements for admissions to a state bar. You are urged to read the requirements of the state in which you intend to practice law. Please visit the National Conference of Bar Examiners website for specific State rules.

You are also required to read a letter from the Maryland Board of Bar Examiners which underscores the importance of disclosure in the law school application process.

Today's date is 06/20/2018

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Please review the questions below. These are the same questions which you were required to answer on your law school application.

  • Please answer each question.
  • For a yes answer, indicate if this is a new disclosure.
  • You must provide an explanation for any new disclosure.

Failure to disclose fully the information requested can lead to consequences far more serious than the act or event itself. Vague, superficial or untruthful answers, or failure to inform the Office of Law Admissions of any changes in your answers, may result in revocation of admission, disciplinary action by the School of Law or denial to the bar.


Have you ever been dropped, suspended, warned, placed on academic or disciplinary probation, disciplined, expelled, or requested or advised to resign from any postsecondary school, college, university, professional school or law school?

Is this a new disclosure?



Have you ever been charged with a crime, other than with a minor traffic violation, for which the charges have not been expunged?

Is this a new disclosure?


Have you ever been or are you now party to a civil suit in which you were the defendant?

Is this a new disclosure?


Have you ever been discharged from employment/the armed forces under conditions other than honorable?

Is this a new disclosure?

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If you have any questions please call (410) 837-4459
or e-mail the Office of Law Admissions

Persons with disabilities may call the Office of Law Admissions at 410.837.5809 to request an accommodation.