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.