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Ninth Circuit Sets Oral Argument in NAAMJP lawsuit challenging Federal District Court Rules that Categorically Deny General Admission Privileges to All Sister- State Attorneys

The Ninth Circuit set oral argument in Blye v. Kozinski for November 14, 2011 at 9:00 am in San Francisco. The NAAMJP argues this federal discrimination in federal bar admission (based on forum State law) is an overbroad, prior restraint on the First Amendment rights to petition, association, and speech; it unlawfully inverts the Supremacy Clause by making State law preempt federal law; and it violates the Rules Enabling Act. See our Advocacy In Progress Page. The ABA recommended that this federal discrimination in federal bar admission be eliminated, reasoning that these parochial admission rules drive-up the costs of litigation, interfere with the right to counsel, and are anti-competitive.

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