Monday, January 22, 2007

Incivility and Anger Playing Out in the Bar Admission Process? A Nebraska Denial of Membership

Posted by Alan Childress

Barbara Glesner Fines (UMKC School of Law, and coeditor of the Family Law Prof Blog), during her research on family law, came across this interesting case of the denial of bar admission in Nebraska based on the behavioral history of the applicant, including lack of candor in the bar admission and 38993_70899667 law school application processes.  She thought of us "since you've just mentioned anger and incivility," in posting on Rob Rosen's book chapter here. We appreciate her forwarding the example and link to us.  The case is In re Application of Charles J. Antonini III for Admission to the Nebraska State Bar, decided Friday (and is also found at 272 Neb. 975; 2007 Neb. LEXIS 12).

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