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Sergio Garcia Becomes a Lawyer

Sergio Garcia Becomes a Lawyer The journey of Sergio C. Garcia from coming to the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant, and continuing to be denied his Green Card, while he kept excelling in every endeavor is the stuff of novels and movies. On Saturday, Garcia…>read more

No Comment February 4, 2014

California Supreme Court Denies Disgraced Journalist Right to Practice Law

California Supreme Court Denies Disgraced Journalist Right to Practice Law Former journalist Stephen Glass who was disgraced 15 years ago for fabricating features on The New Republic, George and Rolling Stone, was denied a law license by the California Supreme Court which was not convinced of Glass’s moral fitness to…>read more

No Comment January 28, 2014

California Supreme Court Holds Undocumented Immigrants Can Practice Law

California Supreme Court Holds Undocumented Immigrants Can Practice Law Finally, Sergio Garcia’s fight to win a law license has ended. But, as the New York Times observed astutely, he is “allowed to join the bar, but not to take a job.” The unanimous ruling of the California Supreme Court,…>read more

No Comment January 4, 2014

Bill for Allowing Law Licenses to Non-Citizens Clears California Assembly

Bill for Allowing Law Licenses to Non-Citizens Clears California Assembly On Thursday evening, a bill to allow law licenses to illegal immigrants cleared the California Legislature. The bill was prompted by the plight of Sergio Garcia, a man deemed fit to practice law by the California Bar, but whose application…>read more

3 Comments September 12, 2013

Garcia’s Chance to Win a Law License Remains Slim

Garcia’s Chance to Win a Law License Remains Slim Sergio C. Garcia has made national news by being one of the most controversial applicants for a license to practice law. On the face of it, Garcia is an illegal immigrant who was brought into the country as a child…>read more

No Comment September 5, 2013

ACLU: Indiana Law Examiners Can’t Ask About Mental Illness

ACLU: Indiana Law Examiners Can’t Ask About Mental Illness The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana has launched a class action lawsuit against the Indiana Board of Law Examiners, alleging that investigating the mental health history of law license applicants violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ACLU is…>read more

1 Comment July 9, 2009

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Real Estate Associate
USA-TX-Dallas

Our client is a north Dallas law firm who seeks a Real Estate Development Associate.  The ideal candidate will have 2-4 years law firm experience concentrated in representing real estate develope...