Texas Board of Bar Examiners Defense Lawyers
The application process and testing to become a member of the Texas Bar is a very difficult one. This is rendered even more difficult when faced with a denial, a request for an investigational hearing or allegations of professional misconduct. After spending thousands of dollars in law school and years preparing for the bar exam, this is extremely disheartening. Even more so for those who have dedicated his or her life to the practice of law already and are now facing charges of ethical violations before the Texas Board of Bar Examiners. Ironically, only an attorney who is experienced in Texas Board of Bar Examiners Defense can truly represent you effectively.
Contact us at Muller & Sommerville, P.A.. Our practice is focused solely on criminal defense and professional licensure issues. If anyone understands how vital a license is to a career in law it's another attorney. Our Texas license defense attorneys have extensive experience in counseling potential attorneys and attorneys in matters before the Texas Board of Bar Examiners. We provide investigation representation as well as helping those who are seeking to apply for bar admission.
Avoid losing your license to practice law in Texas. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our skilled and experienced Orlando Texas Board of Bar Examiners lawyers. You can also call us at (817) 515-6800.
Helping Lawyers and Potential Lawyers Before the Texas Board of Bar Examiners
Both candidates who have yet to take the Texas Bar or have already passed the Texas Bar can be denied admission due to determinations by the Texas Board of Bar Examiners. The board can raise questions about any past behavior of a candidate or about his or her fitness to practice law. We have the skills and experience to represent you in these situations and are very familiar with the administrative law process.
We also can represent clients who hold a license who face an investigative hearing before the Texas Bar on allegations of misconduct. These allegations can include anything from practicing law without a license, to providing legal advice without a license, to conducting questionable legal services or engaging in business practices as an attorney prior to being properly licensed as well as any other violations of the professional code of conduct.
Contact Our Experienced Tarrant County Denial of Admission Attorneys
To speak with our experienced Tarrant County license defense lawyers and staff, call our Texas law office at (817) 515-6800. We answer our phones 24 hours a day, seven days a week. At our Texas law firm, initial consultations are always free, nonjudgmental, and confidential.