Rule 14-104. Admission to practice law; qualifications, enrollment, oath, and fees.
(a) The Board, by delegation from the Supreme Court, shall have the power to determine the qualifications and requirements for admission to the practice of law and to conduct examinations of applicants; and it shall from time to time certify to the Court those applicants found to be qualified. Qualifications and requirements for admission to the practice of law shall be as set forth in Article 7, Admissions.
(b) The approval by the Supreme Court of any person certified for licensure to practice law shall entitle him or her to be enrolled in the Bar upon his or her taking an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and of Utah and to discharge faithfully the duties of an attorney at law or foreign legal consultant to the best of his or her knowledge and ability, and payment of the fee fixed by the Board with the approval of the Court, and thereafter, to practice law upon payment of annual or special license fees herein provided, subject to the provisions of this chapter.
(c) Upon receiving certification by the Board and approval from the Supreme Court, the applicant shall pay $50 to the clerk of the Court for a certificate of admission, $30 of which shall be retained by the state treasurer as a special fund for the benefit of the Utah State Law Library, to be expended by the Utah Judicial Council.
(d) Roll of licensed lawyers. The clerk of the Court shall keep a roll of the attorneys at law admitted to practice in Utah, which must be signed by each person admitted before he or she is enrolled and receives his or her certificate of admission to the Bar or license as a foreign legal consultant.