Many jurisdictions provide special rules for law professors. The limited or temporary licenses allow law professors to practice law without going through the formal admission process of taking the Bar Exam or being Admitted on Motion. Admission rules relevant to law professors may also be found in the rules for Legal Services Organizations and House Counsel Attorneys. Jurisdictions may provide different rules for full-time faculty members and clinical supervising attorneys.
The following map identifies states with special admission rules for law professors as well as links to additional categories that are applicable to law professors:
|States with Law Professor Rules|
|States that do not provide Law Professor Rules|