I recently passed the Louisiana Bar Exam but was denied the right to practice based on my bipolar condition. I have been treating since diagnosed in early 2005 with the same doctor who has written a letter on my behalf, also i underwent examination by a psychologist at the Committee on bar Admissions who also wrote a letter saying i was fit to practice law. The Committee now contends that a third doctor who has never examined me in person has reviewed my file ans deems me unfit to practice for a period of at least one year.
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