S.19.3-17: Lawyers Without School Act of 2019 (Passed)
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Elcaspar
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« Reply #25 on: September 14, 2019, 07:11:01 AM »

Abstain
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« Reply #26 on: September 16, 2019, 03:09:19 AM »

Voting closed

S.19.3-17: Lawyers Without School Act of 2019 passes

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[ 4 ] Aye
[ 1 ] Nay
[ 1 ] Abstain
[ 1 ] Absent (John Henry Eden)
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« Reply #27 on: September 25, 2019, 05:28:02 PM »

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Lawyers Without School Act of 2019

Section I - Title: The Title of this Bill shall be “Lawyers Without School Act”

Section II – Options
      Any citizen of the South, over the age of 18, who has obtained a high school, is eligible to take the bar exam if they have completed the following requirements
1.   Graduated from an accredited law school in Atlasia
2.   Completes a Law Office Apprenticeship Program in the South

Section III – Law Office Apprenticeship Program
      All participants of the Apprenticeship Program are subject to the following
1.   A four-year apprenticeship with a law firm, lawyer with a degree from an accredited law school in Atlasia, or a professor of law at a college or university in the South
2.   Each student will be required to work and train for 18 hours a week under Section III. 1
3.   Passage of a First-Year Law Student’s Exam is required at the end of the first year of apprenticeship in order to continue the program. The cost of the exam will be $50
4.   Students must demonstrate positive moral character determination over the course of the program
5.   All requirements (other than the bar exam and completion of law school ) in order to be a lawyer must be fulfilled in order to complete the program

Section IV – Lawyers
Lawyers, law firms, and professors of law have the discretion of picking students they want to apprentice.

Section V – Fees
1.   A one-time fee of $100 shall be given to the Southern Government in order to enroll in the apprenticeship program
2.   An annual fee of $1500 a year shall be given to the mentor under Section III.1 in order to continue the apprenticeship program
Sponsor: Delegate DeadPrez

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