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The State Bar of California is looking for the individuals who have yet to claim dozens of valid work permits, green cards, and social security cards from the offices of Judith Gil, a purported immigration specialist whose office was shut down in February because of the unauthorized practice of law.
The State Bar Board of Trustees today formally authorized a much-needed increase in licensing fees in 2020, the first in over 20 years. The Board set the fee increase as the agency’s number one legislative priority, essential to the agency’s fiscal health and ongoing reform.
The California Bar Exam Strategies and Stories Program, designed to help applicants navigate the challenges they face when preparing for the bar exam, will be offered again to applicants studying for the July 2019 exam. Online registration for the study program begins March 1.
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