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In re: Lawrence

Law school grad does not take repeated bar rejections well, begins “a history of personally attacking decisionmakers whose decisions he does not like.” That includes calling their employers, sending letters to their clients and friends, and picketing their offices. Sixth Circuit: And thus the Western District of Michigan didn’t have to let the guy practice there. It’s not what he was saying—it’s how he said it.


Tags: 2019, First Amendment, Professional Responsibility, Sixth Circuit

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