The Florida Bar at this time offers no reciprocity to any state. Other state lawyers that reciprocate with Virginia Bar lawyers can do so in that state.
STATES THAT HAVE A RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT WITH ALABAMAAS OF 8/1/2009ConnecticutDistrict of ColumbiaGeorgiaIndianaIllinoisKansasMassachusettsMissouriMississippiNew HampshireOklahomaPennsylvaniaTennesseeTexasVirginiaWashingtonWest Virginia
Virginia Other: I don't know.
Does virginia have reciprocity for tickets with delaware?
No they do not. Georgia does not have reciprocity with Florida
As of 2002, Georgia does allow admission on motion for practicing attorneys. You have to have practiced 5 of the prior 7 years, be admitted in a state that recognizes comity/reciprocity, and be found fit to practice in GA. Attorneys in good standing with another state bar who do not meet the 5 of 7 requirement or the comity/reciprocity requirement can be admitted after taking the essay portion of the GA Bar exam.
All of them.
No, Florida does not have reciprocity with any other state.
If admitted to practice Law in Indiana is there reciprocity with Massachusetts?
Most comprehensive reciprocity site: barreciprocity.com http://juristech.com/chart.html Check out this link
There is reciprocity in all US States for moving traffic violations.
According to the California Bar Association's website, "there is no reciprocity with other states." http://calbar.xap.com/Applications/CalBar/California_Bar_Exam/default.asp
Virginia will recognise an out-of-state permit - Pennsylvania will not.
As far as I can tell, none. Of the states that do offer reciprocity, all of them require that the state in which the attorney sits offer reciprocity to them, as well. SD does not allow reciprocity with any state, so no state will allow reciprocity with SD.
Yes. That applies to all states.
Yes. To find out which states with which Missouri has reciprocity, see the Missouri Bar Examiners website: www.mble.org. Note that most states which have reciprocity with other states require that a person seeking reciprocity go through a specific process and that they have served as a licensed attorney in the other state for a pre-determined period of time. Best bet is to call the state bar you wish to practice in.
The ONLY states that do not participate in reciprocity are Tennessee, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia and Massachusettes. TRUST ME I KNOW.