BAR APPLICANT SEZ: I HAVE A DISABILITY THAT PREVENTS ME FROM BEING TRUTHFUL, BUT THAT SHOULDN’T PREVENT ME FROM BEING ADMITTED TO THE PRACTICE OF LAW
The parodies write themselves, don’t they?
Actually, I can’t say it any better than the Supreme Court of Georgia did (their decision is linked in the ABA Journal article linked above):
“[The applicant] essentially asks for a waiver of certification, or an accommodation from being subjected to an examination of his character and fitness, based on an alleged inability to be truthful, accurate, and forthcoming in his bar application disclosures and his professional dealings.”
Via TaxProf Blog.
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