Indiana Bar Exam (UBE) details
A typical Indiana Bar Exam is a 2-day Uniform Bar Exam (UBE)
Indiana Bar Exam information is subject to change without notice. Please verify with the Indiana Office of Admissions and Continuing Education.
Please also reference the NCBE Covid-19 updates page for NCBE updates and individual jurisdiction announcements.
- Two 90-minute Multistate Performance Test questions
- Six 30-minute Multistate Essay Exam questions
- Multistate Bar Exam (MBE), a 200-question, multiple-choice exam (100 questions in the AM, 100 questions in the PM)
- Constitutional Law
- Criminal Law/Procedure
- Federal Civil Procedure
- Real Property
- Business Associations (Agency and Partnership; Corporations and Limited Liability Companies)
- Conflict of Laws
- Family Law
- Trusts and Estates (Decedents' Estates; Trusts and Future Interests)
- Article 9 (Secured Transactions) of the Uniform Commercial Code
- Plus all MBE subjects
- “Closed universe” practical questions using instructions, factual data, cases, statutes and other reference material supplied by examiners.
A scaled score of 80 on the MPRE is required for admission to the bar. The passing score must be achieved within two years before or after the date the applicant passes the bar exam.
The MEE and MPT scores are scaled to the MBE and are weighted as follows:
- MBE weighted 50%
- MEE weighted 30%
- MPT weighted 20%
A total scaled score of 264 or higher is required to pass the Indiana Bar Exam.
Admission on Motion
A member in good standing of another U.S. state or territory may be admitted on motion in Indiana if the applicant has engaged in the active practice of law for five of the seven years preceding application. Additional requirements apply.
Admission by UBE Score Transfer
Applicants who have obtained a scaled score of at least 264 on a Uniform Bar Exam taken in another jurisdiction within the preceding five years may apply for admission based on that score. Additional requirements apply.
Applicants may take the exam prior to graduation if they have fewer than five credit hours to complete, are within 100 days of graduation, have completed two hours of Professional Responsibility, and have completed all requirements for admission to the bar.
Applicants for admission to the Indiana bar based on the UBE, whether administered in Indiana or in another jurisdiction, shall also be required to complete a jurisdiction-specific component, the Indiana Law Course, within six months after admission to the Indiana bar.
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