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IN RE: Confidential Party; -- Plaintiff; Applying For Admission.
Conditional admission granted.
Jefferson D. Hughes, III, Bernette J. Johnson, Jeannette Theriot Knoll, John L. Weimer, Greg G. Guidry. CRICHTON, J., dissents and would deny admission and assigns reasons. CLARK, J., dissents and would deny admission and assigns reasons, and additionally for the reasons assigned by Justice Crichton.
[2014-2608 La. 1] BAR ADMISSIONS PROCEEDING
After reviewing the evidence and considering the law, we conclude petitioner is eligible to be admitted to the practice of law in Louisiana, subject to the following conditions:
I. The term of this conditional admission shall be for two years from the date of admission. However, petitioner's conditional admission status shall not be terminated until this court so orders.
II. Within thirty days of petitioner's admission, she shall enter into a formal plan with the Office of Disciplinary Counsel (" ODC" ) incorporating the following conditions:
A. During the period of this conditional admission, petitioner shall attend and successfully complete the Louisiana State Bar Association's Ethics School program.
B. Petitioner shall request that the ODC appoint a practice monitor to supervise her professional activities during the period of this conditional admission. Petitioner shall comply with all reasonable requests of her practice monitor.
C. Petitioner shall cooperate with the ODC, and shall comply with any and all requirements imposed upon her by the ODC.
[2014-2608 La. 2] III. Within thirty days prior to the expiration of the conditional admission, the ODC shall file a report in this court in which it shall recommend to the court that the ...