Depending on the applicant’s issues that he or she may have had in the past, the Board of Bar Examiners may request a personal interview with you called an “Investigatory Hearing Florida Board of Bar Examiners”. In some instances you may be requested to appear before the Board in an adversarial formal hearing.
Investigatory Hearing Florida Bar, It is highly recommended for the law student who has any of the issues mentioned above to seek the advice of experienced counsel now before you submit the application. To complete the application on your own, endure a Board of Bar Examination investigation on your own or appear before the Board for an investigatory or formal hearing on your own is not only unwise but it will almost guarantee your rejection to being admitted to the Florida Bar and/or delaying the process of admission for 2 years or more.
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*WARNING TO FLORIDA ATTORNEYS*
Responding to a Investigatory Hearing Florida Florida Board of Bar Examiners on your own – Don’t do it!