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Florida Board of Bar Examiners re Groot, 365 So. 2d 164 (Fla. 1978); Florida Board of Bar Examiners v. G.W.L., 364 So. 2d 454 (Fla. 1978)

By Carolyn Songer Raepple

Abstract

Constitutional Law-FLORIDA BAR ADMISSION RULE REQUIRING GOOD MORAL CHARACTER DOES NOT DEFEAT THE PURPOSE OF THE FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY ACT IN VIOLATION OF THE SUPREMACY CLAUSE OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIO

Topics: bankruptcy, student loans, Bankruptcy Reform Act, statutory purpose, Perez v. Campbell, Supremacy Clause, Constitutional Law, Law, Legal Profession
Publisher: Scholarship Repository
Year: 1979
OAI identifier: oai:ir.law.fsu.edu:lr-2004

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