Bar admissions . . . discharge of bankruptcy

March 1979
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1979, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p470
Academic Journal
Reports that the Florida Supreme Court has ruled that the manner in which a petitioner for admission to the Florida Bar voluntarily secured a discharge for his student loan debts in bankruptcy justified a finding of lack of good moral character sufficient to make him unfit to practice law in the state. Basis used by the court in rejecting the petitioner's application.


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