Federal Specialized Practice – Professional Specialists
State Bar Admission NOT Required in these Specialized & Federal Practice Fields, Certifications or Employment
Novus Law School law graduates are physicians, accountants, engineers, management specialists, entertainment & sports agents, contract specialists, arbitrators & mediators, corporate leaders, international law specialists, business professionals, law enforcement officers/specialists, to only name a few.
United States Federal Courts
This partial list below, as well as other agencies, are areas where specialized training may provide expertise and compliance with regulatory requirements under administrative regulations. Various specialized courts for specific subject matter and jurisdiction have separate admission requirements.
About Federal Courts
Rules and Policies
Federal Court Role and Structure
United States Tax Court*
This link will bring you to the Rules for Practice and outlines Attorney Applicants and Non-Attorney Applicants, interested in IRS Tax court.
*The Tax Court is unusual in that a non-attorney may be admitted to practice. However, the non-attorney must take and pass an examination administered by the Court to be admitted, while attorneys are not required to take the exam.
United States Immigration Court
This link will bring you to the Immigration Court Practice Manual. Here you can find the different types of representatives allowed to assist an immigrant in court.
United States Court of Veterans Appeals
United States Patent Court
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Federal Claims
United States Court of International Trade
United States Court-Certified Mediator Qualification Requirements
Agencies, Commissions, and Associations
This partial list below, as well as other agencies, are areas where specialized training may provide expertise and compliance with regulatory requirements under administrative regulations
- American Arbitration Association
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Federal Communications Commission
- Federal Maritime Commission
- Immigration & Naturalization
- Interstate Commerce Commission
- Labor Mediators
- National Labor Relations Board
- Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
- Social Security Administration
- Workers Compensation Boards
Novus does not guarantee bar admission to any particular state. Applicants are recommended to review all requirements before registration into any law school program to ensure that the program will meet their professional and personal goals. Jurisdictions rules, regulations, and policies change, Novus advises consulting the jurisdictions bar admission agency directly for the most current information.