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At this time, the D.C. Bar is only able to accept requests for electronic Certificates of Good Standing and has suspended production of all printed Certificate orders. Orders for the electronic delivery Certificate should still be placed online by logging into your member account. Electronic delivery orders are automatically generated and sent in PDF format via email within minutes. If you are unable to print your certificate, please contact member services.

Online orders are also now available for the Certificate Concerning Discipline.

Please do not mail any membership related requests or payments to D.C. Bar Headquarters. We encourage you to utilize the forms provided below for reinstatements or other status changes, as well as the services available within your online member account to manage your membership record. Requests/payments mailed to D.C. Bar Headquarters will not be processed until normal operations resume, which may impact your membership status.

If you require assistance logging into your account or have any questions, contact Member Services via email to [email protected] or call 202-626-3475.

We value your membership and thank you for your understanding.

Forms to manage your D.C. Bar license

Learn more about the Certificate of Good Standing process.

The following forms are available for online submission. Please be advised that these forms are automatically routed to Member Services for processing upon completion. You may download a completed copy of your form upon completion.

Changes to your membership class may be made at any time by logging into your online member account. In accordance with the Bylaws, there shall be no refund of license fees paid for any change in membership class, resignation, or suspension.

Forms for the Committee on Admissions

Forms for the Office of Disciplinary Counsel

Note: Verification letters are only issued for CJA Panel applicants and employees of a federal government agency. Read our policy.

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