Q: A lawyer in Canada and want to write the Bar in NY State but can't . I need a constitutional lawyer to fight NY rules.
I was called in the UK and Canada but it seems my LLB and LLM since distance learning is just not good enough while I was properly called to Ontario, Canada after having completed all the requirements of the National Committee on Accreditations and the Law Society exams and articles of clerkship.
What am I. a black persobn in the deep south in 1950's America where I drink from a different faucet than whites and the comparison where my law degree is not good enough as compared to some who sits for 3 yrs in law school in Toronto whereas I went back and forth to the UK?
This is preposterous and the rules have to change.
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