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Being Reinstated to the State Bar of Texas

If you have had your license to practice law in Texas revoked or suspended, you will need to have your license reinstated in order to legally practice law again. The process of reinstatement can be time-consuming and somewhat complicated, but is necessary in order to get a new start in your career. In order to get your license reinstated, there is a very particular process which you must follow.

At the Leichter Law Firm, our Texas professional license defense lawyers have a wealth of experienced in protecting legal licenses and are intimately familiar with what it takes to get your license reinstated. Call 512-495-9995 to speak with an attorney who can help you work towards returning to the career for which you have worked so hard.

The Reinstatement Process

Depending on the reason for your original suspension or removal from the Texas Bar, you will need to go through the following steps in order to have your license reinstated:

  1. Contact the person in charge of either the administrative or disciplinary reinstatement
  2. Submit a written document requesting reinstatement and a check, money order, or credit card form to pay the reinstatement fee.
  3. Update your MCLE status with the State Bar of Texas
  4. Update your attorney status by filling out the appropriate form
  5. Submit all your forms and documents to the State Bar of Texas

Once you have sent in your reinstatement application and all of the accompanying forms, you will have to wait for your request to be approved and your new bar card to arrive.

Contact Us

Being reinstated to the State Bar of Texas is vital to your career as a legal practitioner in Texas, so don’t take any chances of something going wrong. Enlist the aid of a Texas professional license defense attorney at the Leichter Law Firm today by calling 512-495-9995.