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There has been controversy in the lower federal courts concerning durational residency requirements and one recent state court challenge of a simple residency requirement. This Note will discuss the constitutional validity of these requirements in the face of equal protection attacks, concentrating on the extent to which such requirements are justified by the interests of state courts in maintaining the integrity of their legal systems.
Michigan Law Review,
The Constitutionality of State Residency Requirements for Admission to the Bar,
Mich. L. Rev.
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