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unclej

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moral character

Postby unclej » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:27 pm

it is my understanding that California's moral character process requires a letter of rec from an attorney.

what is one supposed to do if he/she does not know any attorneys? (ya I know "how could you be a law student but not know any attorneys?") but that doesn't answer my question.

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Re: moral character

Postby BansheeScream » Mon Feb 26, 2018 12:00 am

Many of your professors are barred attorneys. The people you presumably do your internships under will be barred attorneys. I think it would be near impossible to graduate law school without developing a professional relationship with at least one attorney who is barred in the state you want to practice in.

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Re: moral character

Postby estefanchanning » Mon Feb 26, 2018 11:42 am

unclej wrote:it is my understanding that California's moral character process requires a letter of rec from an attorney.

what is one supposed to do if he/she does not know any attorneys? (ya I know "how could you be a law student but not know any attorneys?") but that doesn't answer my question.


You don't need a letter of rec. They just need to be listed as a reference. You don't know any upperclassmen?



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