Under limited circumstances, an applicant may be exempt from taking the Colorado Bar Exam. Applicant must be 1) a graduate of an ABA accredited law school, 2) must be admitted in a state which permits Colorado attorneys to be admitted on motion, 3) must have actively practiced in that state, and 4) must have practiced law for 5 of 7 years immediately preceding application. Otherwise, applicants must sit for the Colorado Bar Exam.
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