Sunday, March 25, 2007

Waiving In From Canada

One of my responsibilities as Ethics Counsel at Georgetown is to assist foreign-trained lawyers with the bar admission process. The Nebraska Supreme Court recently decided to admit without examination a Canadian attorney who had taken and passed the Colorado bar exam. The court's analysis should be of interest to lawyers who did not receive a law degree from an ABA approved law school but are considering practice in the United States. (Mike Frisch)

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