Tuesday, August 21, 2012
The Maryland Court of Appeals has denied an application for bar admission of an applicant who had "omitted multiple requirements on his initial application to the bar... [he[ continuously displayed a lack of candor in only addressing the gaping omitted sections upon request and supplementing requisite application material in an untimely, piecemeal fashion."
The Character Committee found that the applicant failed to complete answers to the application for admission "because he did not allow himself an adequate amount of time to complete the application before the filing deadline."
Don't let this be you. (Mike Frisch)