MandyNC wrote:What is the nature of the the thing they say you failed to disclose?
Academic probation for one semester 15 years ago in undergrad. Seriously.
It was stated twice in my app. This is cronyism. 27% pass rate and lazy incompetant analysts to keep people out of the bar.
If, in fact, you disclosed the academic issue from 15 years ago twice, then the issue they're looking into is something different. These people aren't incompetent, not by a long shot. (You spelled it wrong, by the way.) I assure you that your application was read, every last line of it, more than once. They have looked into your social media accounts. You will know when they've checked your LinkedIn account because it will say you appeared in a search by someone with the title of "Legal Services Specialist," or something of the sort, in Los Angeles, California.
Check your attitude. If you failed to disclose something in inadvertently, then amend your application and explain why. Antagonizing your analyst is nothing short of poor judgment. The Bar takes dishonesty of any sort seriously, and so should you. And remember, failure to disclose also includes failing to fully disclose.
If you want to practice in California, which produces the best lawyers in the country, then you're going to have to respect the process. We all have to go through it. You're not special.