Colorado Supreme Court

Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel

Promoting Professionalism. Protecting the Public.



Feb. 1 Application filing period opens for July 2020 bar exam

April 1 Application filing deadline for July 2020 bar exam

April 30 Results announced for February 2020 bar exam

May 1 LATE application filing deadline for July 2020 bar exam

May 4-21 Swearing in Ceremonies for February 2020 bar exam

June 9 Laptop registration opens for July 2020 bar exam

June 19 Last day to request seat changes

June 19 Make sure address in your Profile is current for mailing badges

July 6 Badges mailed for July 2020 bar exam

July 14 Laptop registration closes for July 2020 bar exam

July 28-29 July 2020 bar exam

More important dates in 2020 listed here.

Bar Examination

Institutional safeguards and recommendations have been instituted nationwide in response to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. In support of these efforts, the Office of Attorney Admissions is temporarily suspending some of the requirements for NEW application submissions, as well as existing, current Exam, On Motion, and UBE Score Transfer applications. Click here for more information.

Announcement from the Colorado Supreme Court for July 2020 Bar Exam Applicants: Please see the announcement by the Court located here regarding the July 2020 bar exam.

The Colorado Uniform Bar Examination (UBE) consists of three parts: The Multistate Essay Exam (MEE), the Multistate Performance Test (MPT) and the Multistate Bar Exam (MBE). In order to pass the Colorado Bar Examination, an examinee must sit for both days of the bar examination and achieve a score 276 scale points out of a possible 400.

The Office of Attorney Admissions works with the Law Committee, which is part of the Board of Law Examiners, to administer two bar examinations each year, one in February and one in July.

The Law Committee is comprised of 11 volunteer members appointed by the Colorado Supreme Court. The Committee oversees the process of grading the written examination to ensure uniformity and quality of grading, and reviews and approves the standards that must be met to pass the written examination. See C.R.C.P. 202.3(2).