The deans of almost every law school in New York state have now publicly called, for the first time, for state court officials to administratively remove a question from the application for admission to the state bar that asks prospective attorneys about their mental health.
In a brief letter sent to state court officials, 14 deans of the 15 law schools in New York state said the inquiry should be stripped from the state’s application.
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