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Free Maryland Bar Application Resource

After completing your undergraduate studies and three years of law school, the last thing you want to face are probing questions about incidents that occurred in your past. Instead, you’d rather focus on studying for the Bar Exam. If you have any issues in your past that raise questions about your character or fitness to practice law, however, you need to be ready to address these issues fully and accurately. To do otherwise is to risk having your Bar application be denied.

Hope for the Best, But Prepare for the Worst: Dealing with Character Issues in the Maryland Bar Application Process

This free resource is intended to educate you on the character and fitness review process in Maryland and to give you practical advice on how to deal with character issues that may raise red flags in the character and fitness review process.

  • An overview of the extensive character and fitness review process 
  • The subpoena power: they don’t just take your word for it
  • Takeaways for those seeking admission to the Maryland Bar with potential character issues



Disclaimer: This e-book does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for hiring experienced legal counsel, as every case and situation is unique.

Contact a Maryland Attorney License Defense Lawyer at The Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, LLC Today

If you are seeking admission to the Maryland Bar but have some character issues in your past that may raise red flags, please do not hesitate to contact the Law Firm of J.W. Stafford, L.L.C. at (410) 514-6099 so that we can schedule a confidential consultation to help you navigate this process. Now that you’ve done all of this work to get through law school, don’t leave your admission to the Maryland Bar to chance. Let us help you today.