The District of Columbia Bar is the second-largest unified bar association in the U.S. and the mandatory bar association for Washington D.C. The bar's core focus is to administer admissions, licensing, and discipline functions for lawyers in the U.S. capital. Additionally, the District of Columbia Bar offers a client security fund, public service programs, and educational programs.
District of Columbia Bar
1101 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
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