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Old 09-24-2012, 06:12 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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Why don't you make a mountain out of a molehill with the "censure" remark.
You're the one who babbled at length in numerous posts right past what was a very simple question without actually addressing it. So spare me your laughably hypocritical rolling-eyes emoticon.
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:20 PM
 
Location: Massachusetts & Hilton Head, SC
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She has not been a member of the Bar, for some time now. Then it was in New Jersey, when she was a member and also licensed.
She was a member of the New Jersey bar, until just recently. She resigned earlier this month.

Normally, you would just let your license lapse, and then if you wanted to practice law again in the future, you can re-apply - t's just a formality.

I don't know the reason she doesn't have a Mass. license, if only because you might have to make a quick appearance on behalf of a friend or relative. She hasn't lived in New Jersey for a long time and the fee is actually fairly cheap here, and we don't have any continuing education requirements like most other states.
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:26 PM
 
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She was a member of the New Jersey bar, until just recently. She resigned earlier this month.

Normally, you would just let your license lapse, and then if you wanted to practice law again in the future, you can re-apply - t's just a formality.

I don't know the reason she doesn't have a Mass. license, if only because you might have to make a quick appearance on behalf of a friend or relative. She hasn't lived in New Jersey for a long time and the fee is actually fairly cheap here, and we don't have any continuing education requirements like most other states.
So why do you think she resigned her license in New Jersey? Do you have any ideas about why she did it that way rather than let it lapse?
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:27 PM
 
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You're the one who babbled at length in numerous posts right past what was a very simple question without actually addressing it. So spare me your laughably hypocritical rolling-eyes emoticon.
Is your issue with me personal?
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:32 PM
 
Location: Cape Coral
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She was a member of the New Jersey bar, until just recently. She resigned earlier this month.

Normally, you would just let your license lapse, and then if you wanted to practice law again in the future, you can re-apply - t's just a formality.

I don't know the reason she doesn't have a Mass. license, if only because you might have to make a quick appearance on behalf of a friend or relative. She hasn't lived in New Jersey for a long time and the fee is actually fairly cheap here, and we don't have any continuing education requirements like most other states.
She resigned because it now makes it more difficult to see if she was licensed while practicing for the last several years. She is toast:
» Elizabeth Warren’s law license problem - Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion
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Old 09-24-2012, 06:36 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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She was a member of the New Jersey bar, until just recently. She resigned earlier this month.

Normally, you would just let your license lapse, and then if you wanted to practice law again in the future, you can re-apply - t's just a formality.

I don't know the reason she doesn't have a Mass. license, if only because you might have to make a quick appearance on behalf of a friend or relative. She hasn't lived in New Jersey for a long time and the fee is actually fairly cheap here, and we don't have any continuing education requirements like most other states.
If as people are saying here she specializes in bankruptcy law, then where she's licensed doesn't really matter since bankruptcy is federal jurisdiction. I'm guessing the reason she was licensed in New Jersey is because that's where she went to law school, and most law schools gear their curriculum toward the laws of the state in which they are located.

If she wanted to practice law in Massachusetts now and then for a friend, she could apply for special permission from the court to represent her client in a particular case. Most, maybe all, states have reciprocal agreements that allows attorneys with out-of-state licenses and a certain level of experience to practice temporarily, for the specific case brought before the court.
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Old 09-24-2012, 07:11 PM
 
Location: Cape Coral
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If as people are saying here she specializes in bankruptcy law, then where she's licensed doesn't really matter since bankruptcy is federal jurisdiction. I'm guessing the reason she was licensed in New Jersey is because that's where she went to law school, and most law schools gear their curriculum toward the laws of the state in which they are located.

If she wanted to practice law in Massachusetts now and then for a friend, she could apply for special permission from the court to represent her client in a particular case. Most, maybe all, states have reciprocal agreements that allows attorneys with out-of-state licenses and a certain level of experience to practice temporarily, for the specific case brought before the court.
Why did she just resign from practicing law in NJ 12 days ago? Now she would need to take the bar exam again to practice law. Something is rotten in Denmark, Kimosabe.
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Old 09-24-2012, 07:21 PM
 
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Elizabeth Warren is a wallstreet fat cat. In the case, Warren defended Travelers as it sought protection from future claims as part of an agreement that allowed it to avoid paying victims. Travelers won & avoided paying victims from the settlement.
Over 50 posts before someone gets to the actual story here.

Elizabeth Warren’s private legal representation of The Travelers Insurance Company in an asbestos-related case .

She defended as noted Wall Street Fat Cat against paying out asbestos claims. She is the 1% who simply is not able to tell the truth in anything she does.

Wall Street is not afraid of her. She is one of them.
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Old 09-25-2012, 06:24 AM
 
Location: Massachusetts & Hilton Head, SC
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So why do you think she resigned her license in New Jersey? Do you have any ideas about why she did it that way rather than let it lapse?
I don't know. This story just broke yesterday and I don't think she's been questioned about that angle. She just confirmed that she has no license in Mass.
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Old 09-25-2012, 06:28 AM
 
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Good thing for her is that liberals are more than willing to ignore this. They don't even care that she lied over and over about her heritage
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