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Registration is open! Get your application in by April 1.

Why Be Sworn-in?

Our Supreme Court swearing-in trip offers unique Supreme Court programming. You may even be recognized by name to the Justices during your group admission.

Check off a bucket list item with your colleagues and friends - and meet new ones.

Arguing a Supreme Court case may be unlikely. But admission to the Supreme Court Bar has perks. 

Why should lawyers seek admission to The US Supreme Court Bar?

  • No bar exam needed. Most US attorneys with 3+ years of practice are eligible for admission to the Supreme Court.
  • Watch future proceedings from special seating. Nabbing public seats for Supreme Court hearings and decision announcements can be tricky, but the Court reserves a special section for members of its Bar.
  • Access the Court’s library. A select list of VIPs can get into the US Supreme Court library, including Members of Congress, attorneys for government agencies, and admitted attorneys.
  • Join a prestigious club. Only a handful of US lawyers are eligible to argue cases before the Supreme Court.
  • Add an impressive resume bullet. Display your status on your CV, bar record/license, firm site, social media, etc.
  • Get a certificate. The experience includes an impressive certificate of admission from the U.S. Supreme Court for your collection.

What It's Like to  Be Admitted to the US Supreme Court Bar

Read about Jo Bahn's experience and learn about the significant, long-term perks of being admitted to the Court.

Sample Agenda

Day 1 | Orientation & Dinner

Dress: Business Casual

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM  ET | Sign In & Visit Registration Desk
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM  ET | Orientation Session & Guest Speaker
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM  ET | Dinner

Day 2 | Breakfast & Ceremony
Dress: Business Formal

6:30 AM - 7:30 AM ET | Breakfast at the Hotel
8:00 AM ET | Arrive at U.S Supreme Court
8:15 AM - 10:00 AM ET | Final Instructions Before Bar Admission Ceremony
10:30 AM ET | Ceremony