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HB 503, 58th Regular Session
Relating to providing that the Supreme Court may grant certain attorneys who have practiced law in the State of Illinois prior to the year 1920 and whose practice of law was interrupted by reason of military service in the Armed Forces of the United States, and who have thereafter resided in the State of Texas twenty (20) years or more, and who have during their period of residence in this State been engaged in civic undertakings and activities for the advancement of the public interest, a license to practice law in the State of Texas without taking examination, provided such applicants meet the requirements as to moral character and provided that evidence of their qualifications as herein prescribed is supplied by affidavit or otherwise to the Supreme Court.

Author: Willis James Whatley
Coauthor: William H. Miller

Subjects:
Lawyers

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