The Law Office of Carol M. Langford has represented numerous applicants with admissions matters before the Committee of Bar Examiners. She has also represented applicants with admissions issues with the Patent and Trademark Office, The Medical Board of California and the California Department of Real Estate.
Admissions matters can be complex as the primary query is whether the applicant has the moral character to practice law, medicine or real estate. What does it mean if an applicant has a minor criminal conviction? Or a felony conviction? What if the applicant has a past bankruptcy, been involved in a civil dispute or a custody battle? All of these issues are considered avenues of inquiry by Moral Character Subcommittees, and Ms. Langford has the experience to help you through the process.
Ms. Langford particularly enjoys handling admissions matters as she teaches future admittees to the State Bar as an adjunct professor of professional responsibility at the University of California Hastings College of the Law, the University of San Francisco School of Law, and in 2011 the University of California Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law. She has represented numerous clients in Moral Character Subcommittee hearings and understands how to communicate effectively with members of the Committee and lawyers in the State Bar.
Let the Law Office of Carol M. Langford be your resource for advice and representation on admissions matters.
Law Office of Carol M. Langford
100 Pringle Avenue, Suite 570