which would include the expunged question....based on my review of Law School files or my firsthand knowledge
Yes, that would include the expunged question. The Dean could honestly say he has no knowledge of it. By the way, the Dean does NOT sign off on the whole C&F examination, he signs off on exactly what the question you posed states. The C&F process is much more than what the Dean of a law school sign off on.
And, in addition, the school can revoke your JD for not being truthful on your law school application. But again, if you feel like spending $150,000 to find out whether you should or shouldn\\\'t disclose an expunged record, go right ahead.
Please cite an instance where a JD was revoked for legally omitting an expunged record. Thanks prick.
courts have interpreted state statutes to treat your law school application in the same manner as one would an application to the bar.
Again, Paul, please cite this.
NO ONE here has provided a SHREAD of evidence that you are required by law to disclose it (thank you Agitator for providing evidence to the contrary). NO ONE here has provided a SHREAD of evidence that someone has been punished, reprimanded or denied admission to the Bar for legally omitting an expunged record on a law school application.
Brizz has thrown out shit like quotes about what is required on a Bar application (despite being told numerous times that no one disputes that), but no one has provided any evidence to support their argument... comon people, you can better than this!