2015 Wyoming Code
TITLE 33 - PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER 5 - ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
SECTION 33-5-106. - Applications for admission to bar; fees; applicant entitled to two examinations; certificate of admission; disposition of fees.
33-5-106. Applications for admission to bar; fees; applicant entitled to two examinations; certificate of admission; disposition of fees.
Every applicant for admission to the bar of this state shall pay a fee as set by the Wyoming supreme court pursuant to W.S. 33-1-201 at the time of filing the application. On payment of one (1) fee by applicants for admission by examination the applicant shall be entitled to two (2) examinations when the second is applied for not later than one (1) year after having taken the first. The payment of the fee shall also entitle the applicant, upon being admitted, to a certificate of admission. All money shall be received and collected as provided by law. The state treasurer shall place the money to the credit of a separate account.
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