Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Almost Back

The Mississippi Supreme Court has held that an attorney who had been suspended for three years has met the jurisdictional requirements for reinstatement. The court found that the attorney's physicians were well-qualified to opine on his fitness to practice, notwithstanding the fact that the Bar's counseling program did not approve the  petitioner's doctors.

To complete the reinstatement process, the petitioner must take and pass the MBE. (Mike Frisch)


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