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Waiving in: Supreme Court floats new rules on admission of out-of-state lawyers (access required)

Debate continues in Virginia legal circles over how the state should regulate lawyers who “waive in” to Virginia practice without taking the bar exam. Lawyers who take another state’s bar exam can gain admission to the Virginia State Bar “on motion” after satisfying a number of procedural requirements, a system generally referred to as “waiving in” ...

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