The Judiciary is tasked with handling some administrative responsibilities for the Palau Bar Association, including administering the Palau Bar Exam and collecting fees from Bar members.
PBA Files
2024 Notice of Palau Bar Examination (February 14, 2024)
Palau Bar Members (July 12, 2024)
Bar Exam FAQ-Updated October 2021
CLE Rule Amendment (October 20, 2020)
Temporary CLE Rule
Turley Watford CLE Certification Form
Attorney Application for CLE Credit
PBA Membership Form
Publication Price List (March 26, 2021)
Admission Application Instructions
Palau Bar Form A: Character & Fitness Questionnaire
Palau Bar Form B: Admission without Examination
Palau Bar Form C: Admission by Examination
Palau Bar Form D: Testing Accommodations Request
Palau Bar Form E: Statement of Jurisdiction Form
Palau Bar Form F: Law School Testing Accommodations Verification
Palau Bar Form G: ADHD Verification Form
Palau Bar Form H: Learning Disability Verification Form
Palau Bar Form I: Psychological Disability Verification Form
Palau Bar Form J: Physical Disability Verification Form
CLE Rules
CLE Rules amended
Order In Re Rules for Continuing Legal Education (January 31, 2023)

The Palau Bar Association ("PBA") is an organization of attorneys, most of whom practice or have practiced law in Palau. The PBA has been in existence for over twenty years. It serves as a proactive voice to represent the views, interests, and concerns of the legal community on all issues affecting the practice of law and administration of justice. The PBA serves as a place where legal professionals promote members' professional growth, improve the quality of the legal profession and work toward meaningful access to justice for all persons. A fundamental precept of the PBA is to encourage and provide opportunities for legal professionals to use their knowledge, skills and resources to promote democratic rule of law, individual rights, civic development and education on law and the legal system.