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WDF

That is a hoot. Well done Mr. Mitchell.

Michael Hand

Massachusetts does not require ABA accredation of law schools to take the bar exam.

Several schools in MA are non-aba accredited schools and graduates take the bar upon successful completion of their JD programs

Patrick H. Stiehm

Many of the Bar Tenders, as you call them Chuck, seem to be guilty of being narrow, ridged and unimaginative in their application of the rules. In my state, the Commonwealth of Virginia, they recently denied admission to an accomplished and seasoned attorney, with a national reputation,in his chosen field of practice, because he had not graduated from an ABA approved law school. His law school was at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. That university and its law school are older than both the ABA and the Commonwealth of Virginia. It has been turning out distinguished lawyers for centuries, but has not been approved by the ABA. Go figure!

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