THE STATE BAR’S MISSION

According to the State Bar’s website, the State Bar:

Licenses attorneys and regulates the profession and practice of law in California

Enforces Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys

Disciplines attorneys who violate rules and laws

Administers the California Bar Exam

advances access to justice

Promotes diversity and inclusion in the legal system

Created by the Legislature in 1927, the State Bar is an arm of the California Supreme Court, protecting the public by licensing and regulating attorneys. The State Bar licenses more than 250,000 attorneys, investigates approximately 16,000 complaints of attorney misconduct annually and distributes over $30 million in grants to legal aid organizations.

The State Bar serves the people of California through careful oversight of the legal profession.

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When you get a letter from the State Bar, don’t go it alone! You need competent, experienced counsel to respond to the State Bar at every stage. Your license is at risk, so ensure you have the best representation from a former State Bar prosecutor before sending any response to an investigator or responding to formal charges leveled by the State Bar. You cannot make an informed decision without good advice. Call Erin now.


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