29 U. of N. Ky. L. Rev. 251 (2002)
Bar admission and membership as a conditions for the practice of law made their appearance after World War I . At the behest of the American Bar Association, states established admission requirements that involved a process of inclusion and exclusion which typically included residency, good moral character and proof of competency .
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Amrican Bar Association, Multi-jurisdictional Practice, Bar Admission
Clark, Gerard J., "The Two Faces of Multi-jurisdictional Practice" (2003). Suffolk University Law School Faculty Publications. Paper 8.