People Who Are Serious About Getting It Right
Admission to the State Bar of California is a rigorous process. In addition to the requisite legal education, applicants must pass the bar exam, pass the multistate professional responsibility exam, obtain a positive determination of moral character and meet other requirements.
To help you overcome obstacles that may otherwise prevent your admission to the bar, reach out to the Law Office of Zachary D. Wechsler, APC. Mr. Wechsler has more than 23 years of experience in State Bar matters. He can put that seasoned judgment to work for you.
Comprehensive Consulting On California State Bar Admissions And Testing Accommodations
State Bar admission consulting services are provided by Zachary Wechsler, one of the few attorneys who has served on the Committee of Bar Examiners and the Subcommittee on Moral Character.
You will benefit from his no-holds-barred approach to coaching applicants. He offers no tricks or shortcuts. Instead, he shows you how to take the appropriate steps necessary to satisfy attorney Wechsler himself if he were still on the committee.
- Moral character determination: Failure to obtain a positive determination of moral character can permanently prevent your admission to the bar. Attorney Zach Wechsler has the knowledge and real-world experience to assist clients with moral character concerns. Issues, such as a prior criminal record or disciplinary sanctions, are challenges — not roadblocks. Mr. Wechsler can provide advice on measures to take to demonstrate reform or rehabilitation in order to obtain a positive determination of moral character.
- Testing accommodations: Mr. Wechsler chaired the Subcommittee on Testing Accommodations for several years while he served on the Committee of Bar Examiners. This experience helps him provide dependable advice and representation for candidates whose inability to pass the examination or performance requirements for admission can be attributed to a failure to provide reasonable accommodations to address their special needs during the testing process.