Our application for admission contains several questions bearing on an applicant’s character and fitness for the practice of law. In addition to requiring complete and accurate answers to these questions at the time the application is filed, the law school also places upon applicants, admitted and enrolled students, a continuing responsibility to reveal knowledge of all criminal incidents or disciplinary charges, even if expunged, sealed or otherwise removed from the candidate’s records.

All newly admitted law students must complete this form by their 1st seat deposit deadline.


Please fill out the fields below, fields marked * are required

First Name *

Last Name*

Email *

1. I understand that I have a continuing duty to disclose, within five (5) days, any changes of the facts indicated on my law school application after the filing of the application and through my graduation from this Law School. Failure to do so may result in expulsion from the Law School or other appropriate action. *

Please check here to indicate you understand and accept the above statement.

2. By submitting this form, I certify that the information provided by me is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that falsifications, misrepresentations, or omissions on the law school application or this form may be grounds for revocation of the offer of admission, suspension or dismissal from the Law School, or revocation of my law degree. *

Please check here to indicate you understand and accept the above statement.


Please note: YES answers below are ONLY to inform the law school of conduct not disclosed on your original application OR conduct that has occurred since you applied.

If your answer is YES to any of these questions, please provide a full explanation on a supplementary document and attach it to this form or email it to disclosureform@olemiss.edu.


Have you ever attended The University of Mississippi School of Law or another law school? *
 Yes No


Have you ever been expelled, suspended, or dismissed from any college or university for any reason? *
 Yes No


Have you ever been subject to disciplinary action for academic or other reasons in any of the colleges, universities, or professional schools you have attended, or by any licensing body or professional society? *
 Yes No


Are there any disciplinary charges (academic or other) currently pending or expected to be brought against you by any college, university, or professional school, licensing body, or professional society? *
 Yes No


Have you ever been admitted to practice law in any jurisdiction? *
 Yes No

If "yes," please detail the jurisdiction and date of admission in a separate attachment and attach at the bottom of the form. If right to practice has been withdrawn, please explain.


Has your education in college, university, or professional school been interrupted for one term or more for any reason? *
 Yes No


Have you ever been charged with, arrested for, convicted of, or pleaded guilty or nolo contendere to a violation of any law? *
This includes minor traffic violations, charges of driving under the influence, or any other drug- or alcohol-related offenses and any expunged offenses. You should also disclose offenses which resulted in purged, sealed, obliterated, dismissed or destroyed records, regardless of whether you have been told that you need not disclose any such event. These will also be requested by state bar authorities in many states.
 Yes No

If "yes," please attach a statement at the bottom of this form explaining the circumstances of each incident, whether such incident is still pending, and if not, its resolution.


Please attach any required documents below. Accepted formats are Microsoft Word and PDF. If you have problems uploading, you can email any documents to disclosureform@olemiss.edu.

Applicants who intent to practice law should be aware that admission to the bar in all states involves character, fitness and other qualifications. Applicants are encouraged to determine the character and fitness requirements of the jurisdiction(s) where they intend to practice law. If you are uncertain where you will practice law, you may wish to review the Standard NCBE Character and Fitness Application, titled Request for Preparation of a Character Report, of the National Conference of Bar Examiners, which is used by a number of jurisdictions' bar admission authorities. Adressess for all relevant agencies are available at www.ncbex.org.


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