Disappointed Bar Applicant Avoids Rule 11 Sanctions

Marlow v. THE TENNESSEE SUPREME COURT, Dist. Court, MD Tennessee 2013 – Google Scholar:

Marlow passed the Tennessee bar exam, but was not licensed. He then sought relief in federal court under a civil rights theory. Marlow also sued the National Conference of Bar Examiners.

The district court denied the Defendants Rule 11 sanctions motion.

Lawsuits against bar examiners almost never succeed. Thus, I am surprised that sanctions were not granted.

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