Withdrawing An Application
- If you wish to withdraw your application, you must do so in writing by using the Messaging Center within your online application account. You must specifically state that you are withdrawing from the current examination. Messages in which you inquire about withdrawal policies, indicate that you are “thinking about withdrawing,” or stating that you “may withdraw” your application will not be deemed “formal notice,” and the policies and fees referenced below will be applied accordingly.
- Application fees are nonrefundable.
- If an application is withdrawn (by using the Messaging Center prior to close of business, 5:00 p.m. MST, the Monday before the exam) and reapplication is made within 12 months from the date the original application was filed, and provided you paid the full application fee within the past 12 months, a reapplication fee of $400 will be assessed. If reapplication is made after 12 months from the date the original application was filed the full application fee, in force at that time, will be assessed.
- If you are absent from the exam and did not submit written notification to the Office of Attorney Admissions of your anticipated absence using the Messaging Center (prior to close of business, 5:00 p.m. MST, the Monday before the exam) the full application fee, in force at that time, will be assessed.
- Notifications of withdrawal received in the Messaging Center after close of business will be deemed received the next business day and the policies and fees listed here will be applied accordingly.
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