Updated: April 13, 2019

Admission Requirements and LPO Exam Results

Applicants must provide additional documentation and must complete all of the new admittee requirements prior to admission.

After an applicant has met all the requirements for admission, the applicant will be recommended to the Washington Supreme Court for admission as a LPO.  Upon receipt of the admission order from the Court, the WSBA will assign the new admittee a license number.  Applicants are not permitted to practice as a LPO until the Court signs the admission order and the applicant receives a license number.

Applicants who have passed the Washington LPO Exam have 12 months from the date of the administration of the examination to complete the new admittee process and be licensed as a LPO.

Note: Passing applicants need to provide additional documentation before they are approved for licensing.

License Fee for New Limited Practice Officer

2019 Status & Admission DateLicense Fee for New LPO
LPO Admitted Jan. 1 – June 30$100
LPO Admitted July 1 – Dec. 31$50

LPO Exam Pass List:


Abarra, Terina
Adkins, Jessica
Bedell, Shannon
Bennett, Kimberly
Carman, Shabnam
Cramblett, Kristin
Dalton, Tryphena
Dowell, Catherine
Everroad, Briana
Gaidos, LeRae
Griesemer, Adena
Harding, Carolyn
Harrington, Lisa
Hibbert, Paul
Hooper, Kimberly
Jones, Jordin

Keely, Kelsey
Keller, Laura
Kelly, Sarah
Kerr, Tanya
Kilmer, Cheyenne
Klea, Soupy
Lawson, Jamie
Lentz, Cheryl Ann
Locke, Jennifer
Lovgreen, Christopher
MacKenzie, Gayle
Marchand, Jody
Mayne, Krista
Mitchell, Katie
Prosser, Katrinna
Rossie, Alex
Salvato, Alayna
Villa, Roxanne
Wastweet, Sabrina
Whelan, Stacy

LPO Exam Statistics

LPO Exam Date

Number of
Applicants

Number
Passed

Percent
Passed

February 2019

76

36

47%

July 2018

109

36

33%

October 2017

85

34

40%

April 2017

79

22

28%