D.C. Bar Exam The bar exam will be administered remotely on October 5 and 6. The bar exam is managed exclusively by the D.C. Court of Appeals Committee on Admissions. For questions or concerns, please visit or email [email protected].





Volunteer. Learn. Speak. Connect. 

Throughout the year D.C. Bar Communities offers robust programming that allows Community members and the public to connect with the D.C. Bar and greater legal community. Volunteer at one of Communities' popular annual events. Learn from experts in your practice areas during one of more than hundreds of program offerings. Speak on a panel or go solo at Communities events covering relevant topics to the industry. Connect with us.

D.C. Bar Connect Virtual Communities

Stay connected through D.C. Connect, our current solution for older listervs. Our online forum lets you connect with your peers. Access it for free with your communities membership. To learn how to use this great interface, view an Instructional Video or read our Frequently Asked Questions.

D.C. Cup Moot Court Competition

Law school v. law school. Who will have the most compelling argument? The D.C. Cup Moot Court Competition allows students to test their research, analytical, writing, and litigation skills as they argue a hypothesized case before a panel of volunteer judges. To learn more, click here.

Law Student Community

Want to get ahead of the pack? Joining the D.C. Bar Law Student Community (LSC) can get you there. For just $25, your LSC membership will provide resume and skills boosting opportunities and one-on-one access to local practicing attorneys. You can also join two additional Communities at no extra cost. 
Click here to join today and let the D.C. Bar help jump-start your future in the legal community!

Lawyer to Lawyer

Looking to connect with an experienced attorney in a specific practice area? Sign up today to join the D.C. Bar Communities Office for Lawyer to Lawyer (formerly Lunch with a Lawyer), a unique opportunity to spend an hour breaking bread and getting insight into the practice of law in a specific field. Lawyers with more than five years of experience can also volunteer to be an advising attorney. To learn more, click here.

D.C. Bar Communities Connect Reception: Member Appreciation

In this town, it's all about connections. Whether you're already a D.C. Bar Communities member or thinking about joining, get ready to connect at a networking reception open to all.

Speaker Registration

The D.C. Bar welcomes hundreds of expert speakers and panelists every year. If you are interested in becoming one of our speakers, please complete our Speaker Registration Form, available here.

Benjamin Banneker Academic High School Science Fair

The Benjamin Banneker High School is a magnet school that attracts top local students with particular interests in math, science, and technology, and proudly boasts that 100 percent of its graduates are accepted into college. Every year, all students participate in the fair by submitting a science project in one of 15 categories, including animal sciences, behavioral and social sciences, biochemistry, chemistry, and many others. The Winners go on to compete at city, regional, and national level science fairs. Join us as a volunteer judge! Click here for more information.

Melvin R. Wright Youth Law Fair

The Melvin R. Wright Youth Law Fair draws local students, teachers, attorneys, judges and community leaders to an exciting day of interactive "hands on" experience with the law. It is sponsored by the D.C. Superior Court and the D.C. Bar Communities. To learn more about the fair, please click here. For questions, contact the D.C. Bar Communities office at 202-626-3463 or email.