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Talk to your Dean of Students or whoever the relevant contact at your school is for this kind of issue. I don't know that it would come up on C&F, but if it does, it's always better if it was disclosed ahead of time.
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Thanks for all of your replies. I was looking at the NY Bar App, and I didn't see a question that directly encompasses this. There was a reference to "crimes of moral turpitude" (I'd agree that this may count as moral turpitude, but is it a crime). Would you recommend just adding an addendum or something? Also, do you think that the fact that I didn't mention this on my law school apps will be problematic?
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I wouldn't worry about this, at all. You didn't commit any crimes and you didn't do anything immoral. All you did, was arguably breach a contract. If there is a C&F question where this comes up, answer it honestly, but my guess is that it will not.
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