How to take another state's bar while at a law firm.

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How to take another state's bar while at a law firm.

Postby Anonymous User » Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:09 pm

Long story short, I am at a firm in a state and would like to move to another state. I am concerned about the firm becoming aware of me taking the other states bar exam during my moral fitness check (firm has no office in the other state). Any advice greatly appreciated.

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Re: How to take another state's bar while at a law firm.

Postby Void » Sat Aug 17, 2013 3:28 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Long story short, I am at a firm in a state and would like to move to another state. I am concerned about the firm becoming aware of me taking the other states bar exam during my moral fitness check (firm has no office in the other state). Any advice greatly appreciated.


I don't think this would freak them out. If asked about it, you could just say that you want to broaden your options while bar study is still sort of fresh in your mind.




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