Law:The Talossan Bar Admission Act of 2003
The Talossan Bar Admission Act of 2003
WHEREAS a temporary measure of approving members to the Royal Talossan Bar is necessary; and
WHEREAS no such provision exists as of yet
THEREFORE the Ziu approves the following method:
The method of approval of admission to the Royal Talossan Bar is hereby established. The Uppermost Cort and the Chancellor of the Royal Talossan Bar shall comprise the approving body of the Royal Talossan Bar, the Board of Admissions. If there is no such Chancellor, then the Board shall be comprised of the Uppermost Cort alone. No member of the Cort shall be allowed to serve as Chancellor, but all members of the Cort at the time of passage shall automatically be members of the Bar.
Any candidate wishing to join the Bar must endure, to the Board's satisfaction, a set of interviews used to determine the candidate's worthiness. If the candidate is approved, he or she may begin practising law within the Kingdom after a two-week period, given in order to prepare the newly-approved candidate and the Bar itself.
If a candidate does not pass the interviews to the satisfaction of the Board, then they may not re-apply for no less than one (1) calendar month. Uppon completion of that month, they may apply again. There is no limit to the number of times a candidate may apply.
At this time, no fee is collected for membership.
This method of approval shall expire upon the establishment of other rules for approving candidates.
Uréu q'estadra så: Christopher C. Gruber - GCP-MM