Thursday, August 1, 2013

Compelling Immigration Law Story: Florida Bar supports undocumented law grad’s effort to win admission

"Responding to an unusual attorney petition to the Florida Supreme Court seeking to amend state bar rules to allow the admission of undocumented immigrants, governors of the Florida Bar last week expressed support for the proposal. . . . .
Earlier last week, the bar's rules committee voted to endorse the substance of the petition, which states that an individual should not be disqualified from practicing law in Florida solely because he or she is not a U.S. citizen.
Godinez-Samperio was brought to this country as a child by his parents and reportedly has never concealed his immigration status."
More.

Originally posted on ABA Law Journal July 29, 2013 by Martha Neil

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