Admission to Practice R.
Rule 13. Public Records
A. All records maintained by the Board regarding applications for admission to practice law, all examination materials, and all proceedings by the Board shall be confidential except as provided by these rules. The following records shall be maintained as public records:
1. the name and last address provided of each applicant;
2. pre-legal colleges attended by each applicant;
3. law schools attended by each applicant;
4. whether an applicant
has ever been is currently
admitted to practice under rule for Limited
Practice of Law by Law Students (Senior Practice Rule);
5. names and addresses of persons who have passed the examination and have met all the requirements for admission to practice;
6. whether an applicant has been admitted with conditions; and
7. statistical summaries as may be authorized by the Supreme Court.
B. Upon written request information may be exchanged with an authorized
discipline agency and released to bar admission authorities in jurisdictions where an
application for admission is pending.
C. Application information may be released to agents authorized by the Board to investigate moral character.
D. If the Board makes a negative recommendation for admission to practice based upon lack of good moral character, the applicant is entitled to disclosure of records pertaining to the applicant's moral character.
E. Upon an applicant's request for Supreme Court review of a negative recommendation for admission or licensure, the records pertaining to an applicant shall be public records.
F. The Board is authorized to provide to the National Conference of Bar Examiners relevant bar passage data that does not include personally identifying information.