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Frequently Asked Questions: How can I get a certificate of good standing/admission?

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How can I get a certificate of good standing/admission?  

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The Certificate of Good Standing includes an attorney's admission date as well as a statement that they are in good standing. Please send the request for a Certificate of Good Standing to Attorney Licensing, 111 State Street, Suite 9B, Montpelier, VT  05609-0701, along with the fee of $3.00. Your certificate will be mailed to any address you direct it to be. No phone calls or fax requests, please. Checks should be made payable to Attorney Licensing. Please allow up to two weeks for processing.
 
If you also need your disciplinary history, you must mail a separate request for a Grievance History Report to the Vermont Supreme Court, Professional Responsibility Program, 109 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05609-0703 Attn: Deb Laferriere.
 
   
 

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