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Alaska Bar Rule 44 - Legal Intern Permit


View the Alaska Bar Rule 44 - Legal Intern Permit.


An applicant for a Legal Intern Permit must file with the Alaska Bar Association the following:

Law Student

1.  Written request for a legal intern permit;

2.  Letter from supervising attorney stating that he/she will be supervising the intern, and the intern’s start of employment date;

3.  Letter from a law school which states that the applicant: 

  • is currently enrolled in an accredited law school;

  • has completed at least one-half of the course work for a law degree.

 

Law School Graduate

1.  Written request for a legal intern permit;

2.  Letter from supervising attorney stating that he/she will be supervising the intern, and the intern’s start of employment date;

3.  Affidavit from applicant stating that:

  • he/she has never failed the Alaska bar exam; and

  • that he/she has never failed the bar exam administered by any U.S. state or D.C., or that despite failure, he/she has subsequently passed a bar exam administered by any U.S. state or D.C;

4.  Certificate of graduation from an accredited law school (if applicant has applied for admission, we will accept a certificate already on file with the bar);

5.  Certificate of good standing from each jurisdiction admitted.



Termination

Law students receive a permit effective for eight months.  The cumulative time may be divided into two or three separate time periods.

Law school graduates receive a permit effective for 10 months from the date of issuance.  A permit ceases to be effective upon failure to pass any bar exam administered by any U.S. state or D.C.

 

(Updated 9/16/2013)

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