Bar Exam Proctors Needed July 26-27, 2022 in Eugene, Portland and Salem
Volunteer Deadline is July 5, 2022

For the first time in its history, the Oregon State Bar will host the Bar Exam simultaneously on the campuses of Oregon's three law schools in Eugene, Portland and Salem. This will allow many applicants to take the exam closer to home, and in a more comfortable setting. The OSB seeks bar member volunteers to serve as proctors for the exam in all three locations. Details are here.


The 2022 Oregon Bar Exam will be hosted at sites on Oregon's three law school campuses in Portland, Salem and Eugene. The Board of Bar Examiners (BBX) will assign applicants to a location based on three factors: law school attended, current residence, and applicant's ranked preference among the three locations. Those assignments will be final. Proof of vaccination for COVID 19 will not be required for the exam. Decisions on COVID testing and mask requirements will be made closer to the date of the examination. Registration for the exam is closed, except for those who received an extended deadline via court order. Information will be posted here as it develops.

Notice For All Current ATTORNEY Applicants

All fingerprint and notary requirements have been suspended. Once you have filled out the application and C&F Reference Forms, just sign the declaration at the end of the application and send it in with your payment. Please do not contact the Admissions Department to confirm this statement. We will place a new announcement here if this changes. Thank you.

There are several routes to admission with the Oregon State Bar, primarily through the bar exam and reciprocity with most other states. Information follows on all manners of admission.

Please Note:
Admissions does not handle certain bar processes, please see the following info:

  1. Address Changes: OSB members seeking to update their contact information may do so by logging into the website or via email.
  2. Pro Hac Vice admission: Apply online here.

Online Application Fee Payment Oregon State Bar applicants can now pay application fees online. Applicants who wish to pay their application fees and investigation fees can do so using a credit card or ACH here. Please indicate on the application that you paid online and include your order number. Staff will connect your payment to the application at the time that your application is received.
Applicant Address Changes - Current admissions applicants wishing to update their contact information may do so via e-mail to the Admissions Department at

2022 February Exam

Exam Results available here

2022 July Exam

  • Exam Dates: July 26-27, 2022

  • Deadlines: April 15, 2022 (timely filing) & May 16, 2022 (late filing with $375 late fee).

  • Location: The bar exam will be hosted at multiple sites in Portland or perhaps other sites in the Willamette Valley. Once all sites are known, we will update this notice, but not before then.

Some lawyers may be admitted without taking the bar examination. Each of these alternate routes has specific requirements which must be satisfied. Applicants are encouraged to review these rules carefully. Applicants for admission via an alternate route must still demonstrate good moral character pursuant to ORS 9.220.

All application forms for admission are available here.

Mandatory CLE Requirements for Reciprocity Admission

All applicants for Reciprocity Admission must take 15 credit hours of continuing legal education as approved by the Board.

Mandatory Subjects: At least two (2) credit hours must cover Legal Ethics (Oregon Code of Professional Responsibility) Four (4) credit hours must cover introductory Civil Procedure (Oregon State Court and United States District Court of Oregon local rules) At least three (3) hours must cover Oregon State Court civil procedure, emphasizing the unique aspects. Not more than one hour can be on United States District Court of Oregon local rules.

Elective Subjects: Nine (9) of the credit hours must be taken in one or more of the following subject fields emphasizing Oregon law, provided the credit hours have been accredited by the Oregon State Bar Minimum Continuing Legal Education Administrator. Oregon Administrative Law, Oregon Constitutional Law, Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law and Procedure, Decendent's Estates, Oregon Domestic Relations, Employment Law, Evidence, Local Federal Court Practice and Procedure, Legal and Equitable Remedies, Oregon Legislation, Partnerships, Oregon Court Practice and Procedure, Real Property, Torts, Trusts, U.C.C. II - Sales, U.C.C. III - Negotiable Instruments/Commercial Paper, U.C.C. IX - Secured Transactions.

Applicants for Admission

Pursuant to RFA 6.10, as part of an applicants character and fitness review, each applicants name must be published at least 45 days prior to admission. In compliance with this rule, below is a list of applicants who have applied for Reciprocity, Score Transfer, and House Counsel admission. The link below includes a list of applicants who have applied for the administration of the Uniform Bar Examination in Oregon. The Board of Bar Examiners requests that members examine these lists and bring to the boards attention any information that might influence the board in considering the moral character of any applicant for admission. Send correspondence to Admissions Department, Oregon State Board of Bar Examiners, P.O. Box 231935, Tigard, OR 97281-1935. Correspondence can also be emailed to

July 2022 Applicants for Admission


The following names will expire on Friday, July 8, 2022:

Augustus E. Winkes, Brian T. Allen, David Tonisson, James Lee Brannen, Jennifer A. Birmingham, Justin A. Steiner, Kimberly D. Riley, Margaret S. Sholian, Meghan C. Maier, Nicholas I. Reyes, Noah M. Rich, Sarah E. Melton

The following names will expire on August 8, 2022:

Adam M. Andrews, Benjamin P. Sesnon, Britaney R. Garrett, Christian E. Izaguirre, David S. Watnick, Derek A. Bishop, Jason M. Porter, Jayne E. Cooper, John C. Hardie, John R. Pettifer, Katherine Ann McGinley Petersen, Mark D. Robey, Mark T. Domeyer, Mary E. Tunakan, Veronica R. Warnock

Score Transfer

The following names will expire on Friday, July 8, 2022:

Alexandra Eason, Caleb Norris, Gary P. Brown, Jacqueline Cross, Keith Kevelson, Lucy B. Wilhelm, Phillip Felts, Sabrina Marquez, Samara K. Diab, Sawyer Burton

The following names will expire on August 8, 2022:

Brianna J. Morrison, Claire E. Davis, Craig Nichols, James P. Francis, Jason Lee Cotton, Lauren A. Zaleski, Matthew Sturzen, Nelly Paola Garcia Orjuela, Shane E. Schmidt

House Counsel

The following names will expire on August 8, 2022:

Colin E. Howard

Rule 8.10

The following names will expire on Friday, July 8, 2022:

Sergio Elias-Wilson

Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) Transfer Information

MCLE Requirements for UBE Applicants (following admission):

MCLE Rule 1.8 provides that a person is a new admittee from the date of initial admission as an active member of the Oregon State Bar through the end of his or her first reporting period.

MCLE Rule 3.3(b) provides that new admittees shall complete 15 credit hours of accredited CLE activity in the first reporting period after admission as an active member, including two credit hours in ethics, and ten credit hours in practical skills. One of the ethics credit hours must be devoted to Oregon ethics and professionalism and four of the ten credits in practical skills must be devoted to Oregon practice and procedure. New admittees must also complete a three credit hour OSB-approved introductory course in access to justice. The MCLE Program Manager may waive the practical skills requirement for a new admittee who has practiced law in another jurisdiction for three consecutive years immediately prior to the member’s admission in Oregon, in which event the new admittee must complete ten hours in other areas. After a new admittee’s first reporting period, the requirements in Rule 3.2(a) shall apply.

Application Forms

Temporary Practice Application Forms

General Forms

Oath Form

Reciprocity Forms

Testing Accomodations

Provision of Legal Services Following Disaster (Not in Effect)

Annual Character & Fitness Statistics

Staff Contacts

Troy Wood
Regulatory Counsel, (503) 620-0222 ext. 310

Vickie Hansen
Admissions Coordinator, (503) 620-0222 ext. 419

Sarah Haugstad
Admissions Specialist, (503) 620-0222 ext. 364

Jenni Abalan
Admissions and Regulatory Services Assistant, (503) 620-0222 ext. 330

Brandi Norris
Regulatory Services Coordinator, (503) 620-0222 ext. 343

Board of Bar Examiners Members

Ms. Matthews, Kendra M    Chairperson
Ms. Wong, Caroline M    Vice Chair
Ms. Kaufman, Lissa K    Member
Mr. Warren, Ernest     Member
Dr. Rosilez, Anthony J    Member
Hon. Skye, Kelly     Member
McLeod-Skinner, Cassandra C    Member
Ms. Perini-Abbott, Joanna T    Member
Hon. Franco Lucero, Angela M    Member
Ms. Smith, Adrian Tobin    Member
Ms. Tuttle, Stephanie J    Member
Mr. Slauson, Michael J    Member
Mr. Cauble, Christopher     BOG Contact
Green, Randall     Public Member
Kolbell, Richard     Public Member

Board of Bar Examiners Meeting Dates

Please note that the Board may transition to in-person meetings in the summer or fall.

9:00AM – 4:00PM
Zoom (Committee Mtgs.)
8:30AM – 12:30PM
Zoom Meeting
8:30AM – 12:30PM
Zoom Meeting
8:30AM – 12:30PM
Zoom Meeting
8:30AM – 12:30PM
Zoom Meeting
8:30AM – 12:30PM
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8:30AM – 12:30PM