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§ 3-127. Confidentiality.

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   (A) All documents and files concerning applications for permission to take the bar examination and for admission by motion to the practice of law shall be confidential.

   (B) All proceedings provided for herein shall be kept confidential until and unless the applicant waives his or her right to confidentiality either by written waiver or by conduct.

   (C) Information provided to the Commission during the investigation of the character and fitness of an applicant shall be confidential and not be available through discovery until an appeal of an adverse decision to the Court under § 3-126.

   (D) Any person who seeks admission to practice law in the State of Nebraska shall agree to waive all rights of privacy with reference to any and all documentary material filed or secured in connection with the applicant’s application. The applicant shall also agree that any such documentary material, including the application, may be offered into evidence, without objection by the applicant in any proceeding in regard to the applicant’s admission to the practice of law.

§ 3-127 adopted July 25, 2013, effective August 1, 2013.

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