(1) An Applicant who has not received the criminal backgroundreport may submit the application without a criminal background report providedthe Applicant provides proof that a criminal background request has been filedprior to submission of the application. Sufficient proof of submission of thecriminal background request must be by declaration in the form prescribed bythe Bar. In order for the Applicant?s name to be included on a motion forlicensure the criminal background report must be submitted to the Bar no laterthan 14 calendar days prior to the date the motion is submitted to the Court.The LPP Admissions Committee may withdraw or modify its approval based uponinformation contained in the criminal background report. In the event thecriminal background report is not timely received by the Bar, an Applicant willnot be included on the motion for licensure.
(2) Applicants may submit anapplication without having completed the national certification requirementsset forth in 15-703(b)(3), provided that the national certification iscompleted within one year of the successful passage of the LPP examination.Applicants will be unable to obtain licensure prior to successfully completingthe national certification.??
(1) The Applicant must provide a written request, includingpayment of the prescribed transfer fee, prior to the conclusion of thelicensing exam(s).
(2) Proof of the emergency must be provided. The reasons for thetransfer are limited to two circumstances:
(A) a personal medical emergency, or
(B) a death in the immediate family.
(3) The transferring Applicant must specify which future licensingexam(s) she or he plans to take. The exam(s) must be taken within the next twoscheduled licensing exam(s).
(4) The Applicant must provide an Updated Application by filing aReapplication for Licensure form, updating any information that has changedsince the prior application was filed, and a new criminal background check. TheReapplication for Licensure form should be submitted by the initial applicationdeadline of October 1 preceding the February/March LPP Examinations and byMarch 1 preceding the July/August LPP Examinations. A Reapplicationfor Licensure will be accepted up to 15 calendar days after the filing deadlineif accompanied by the prescribed 15-day late fee.
(5) An Applicant is entitled to one transfer only.
(1) The Applicant must provide an Updated Application by filing aReapplication for Licensure form, updating any information that has changedsince the application was filed, and a new criminal background check.
(2) An Applicant who fails to achieve a passing score after sixLicensure Examination(s) may only take additional examination(s) with thepermission of the LPP Admissions Committee. A petition providing good cause asto why the LPP Admissions Committee should grant such a request must be filedwith the LPP Administrator by the retake deadline. Late applications will notbe accepted.