State Bar examination committee’s decision to deny law student’s application for admission to state bar, due to lack of good moral character

January 13, 2011

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45 Attorney and ClientState Bar examination committee’s decision to deny law student’s application for admission to state bar, due to lack of good moral character, was not arbitrary, and was based on fair investigation of facts that witness observed student with paper filled with writing “from margin to margin” both prior to and during closed book examination, in violation of student conduct code, and that, just prior to examination, she overheard another student reassure him not to be so nervous, that “everyone does it,” and “no one admits it.”
Friedman v. Connecticut Bar Examining Comm., 824 A.2d 866 (Conn. App. Ct. 2003)

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