The Wyoming Bar Exam is given twice a year. The exams are held once in February, and once in July. The Wyoming bar exam is a two day examination. On day one, the Multistate Bar Exam is administered. On day two, 11 essays are given and applicant must answer 10. The essay exams are administered in one four-hour session from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
As per the Board of Bar Examiners, the subject areas from which questions are taken for the essay portion are Administrative Law, Business Organization, Civil Procedure, Commercial Paper, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law and Procedure, Domestic Relations, Evidence, Mortgages, Oil and Gas, Property, Sales, Secured Transactions, Torts, Trusts and Estates – Wills, and Water Law.
In addition to successfully passing the Wyoming bar exam, you must attain a score of 75 on the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam. In order to qualify to sit for the Wyoming Bar Exam you will (1) need to have graduated from an ABA approved law school with a Juris Doctorate, (2) have good moral character and fitness to practice law, and (3) pass the MPRE with a score of at least 75. The fee for the exam is $200. There is an additional fee for the character and fitness investigation.