A Lesson in How Not to Get Admitted to the Bar

The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts rejected a candidate for admission to the bar for sending harassing and threatening e-mail messages to a member of the Massachusetts bar, and then lying about it to the Court hearing his appeal. The Court said the candidate’s conduct “strongly suggests dishonesty, poor judgment, and a willingness to misuse the judicial process.” Desy v. Board of Bar Examiners, SJC 10069 (Oct. 20, 2008).

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