Bar Admission Oath

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Bar Admission Oath

An "Oath of Admission" is a solemn pledge taken upon entering a profession or organization, promising to uphold its values, ethics, and standards. It signifies a commitment to fulfill responsibilities associated with the profession or group, often administered during a formal ceremony marking entry into the field.

When is the "Oath of Admission" needed?

Attorneys typically take the Oath of Admission upon being admitted to the bar, marking their official entry into the legal profession. This solemn pledge is often administered during a formal ceremony, signifying their commitment to uphold the principles of justice, integrity, and ethical conduct in their practice of law.

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