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I'm noticing you used "Texas State Bar" and left Bar in the correct form and usage without capitalizing every letter. At least you did the first time.

There are obviously state bar organizations. They're the people who say, "Yes this person has passed the Bar exam and has legal standing to represent others. He can therefore cross the Bar in the courtroom."

When you pass the Bar however you don't become a member of a group called a bar member or anything like that. To be disbarred is to have your right to pass the bar in the courtroom revoked.

Eric Hoffer