Developing, maintaining, and applying reasonable and uniform standards of education and character for eligibility for admission to the practice of law
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NCBE Score Services
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MPRE Test Accommodations
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Character and Fitness
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Publications and Research
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National Conference of Bar Examiners
302 South Bedford Street
Madison, WI 53703-3622
The National Conference of Bar Examiners is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1931. The mission of the Conference is
• to work with other institutions to develop, maintain, and apply reasonable and uniform standards of education and character for eligibility for admission to the practice of law; and
• to assist bar admission authorities by
—providing standardized examinations of uniform and high quality for the testing of applicants for admission to the practice of law,
—disseminating relevant information concerning admission standards and practices,
—conducting educational programs for the members and staffs of such authorities, and
—providing other services such as character and fitness investigations and research.