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Online Licensing Renewal

Online licensing renewal is available for current Idaho State Bar members from approximately December 1 through March 1. New Admittee Online Licensing is available on an individual basis as applicants are approved for admission. Please contact the Licensing Department at (208) 334-4500 if you have any questions.

The 2022 licensing packets will be mailed to the current members in mid November 2021 and the online licensing renewal portal will be opened at the same time.  The renewal portal will remain open through the March 1, 2022, final licensing deadline. It will be closed for 2022 licensing renewals on March 2, 2022.

The 2022 licensing deadline is February 1, 2022.  Online licensing payments completed after deadline will automatically include the appropriate late fee. Paper payments not physically received in the Idaho State Bar Office by the deadline must be accompanied by the licensing late fee:  $100 for active and house counsel members; $25 for inactive, senior, and emeritus members.  Please note that postmarks do not qualify as meeting the deadline.  The street address for overnight deliveries is 525 W. Jefferson Street, Boise, Idaho 83702. Attorneys who have not paid by mid January are encouraged to use Online Licensing Renewal to avoid the late fee. Questions may be directed to the Licensing Department at (208) 334-4500.


Individual attorneys will be able to complete their 2022 licensing paperwork and pay online by credit card or e-check beginning in mid November 2021.  Individual attorney online payments may be made by credit card or e-check. If you prefer to pay by paper check, please use the licensing forms mailed to you.

You will need your Idaho State Bar membership number and licensing password to login. Attorneys who opted out of receiving the paper packet will receive an email with their login information. The licensing passwords for attorneys who received the paper packets are printed on the 2022 license fee notices under the attorneys’ names.  The licensing packets will be mailed in mid November 2021.

If you have questions, please contact Licensing at (208) 334-4500.

Firms can collect their attorneys’ information and make a single payment by credit card or check. The firm online licensing portal provides a breakdown of the fees by attorney and payment category along with calculating the total payment amount. This option allows firms to complete the licensing process with minimal paperwork and staff time.

The firm administrator will need to create a user account for creating the list of attorneys and will need the attorneys’ licensing passwords. Attorneys who opted out of receiving the paper packet will receive an email with their passwords. The licensing passwords for attorneys who received the paper packets are printed on the 2022 license fee notices under the attorneys’ names. The licensing packets will be mailed in mid November. The Licensing Department at (208) 334-4500 can also assist with licensing passwords.

To help navigate the online firm licensing process, please print a copy of the Online Firm Renewal Guide before beginning the process.

If you have questions, please contact Licensing at (208) 334-4500.

Individual applicants who have been approved for admission to the Idaho State Bar can complete their licensing paperwork and pay online by credit card or e-check.  A convenience fee will be included to cover processing and finance charges.  If you prefer to pay by check, please use the licensing forms mailed to you.

You will need your Idaho State Bar membership number and licensing password to login. Both your membership number and password are printed on the license fee notice to the right of your name.

Before beginning the online license fee program, please have the following:

  • Your intended membership status – active, inactive or house counsel.
  • The approximate date you plan to appear before the Idaho Supreme Court in Boise for admission.

If you have questions, please contact Licensing at (208) 334-4500.

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