Justices have little sympathy for disgraced journalist Stephen Glass in his bid for a bar license
The Daily Report
The deceit of disgraced former reporter Stephen Glass in the journalism world was so extraordinary that his tale was turned into a critically acclaimed movie, "Shattered Glass.
Stephen Glass, the disgraced former journalist now fighting to be admitted to the California State Bar, has brought in new appellate lawyers to make his case to the state?s highest court. And they?re
The Daily Report
Stephen Glass, the disgraced former journalist now fighting to be admitted to the California State Bar, has brought in new appellate lawyers to make his case to the state's highest court. And they're
In a new filing, Jon Eisenberg and Kent Richland say that in seeking to block Stephen Glass (left) from practicing law in California, the State Bar's Committee of Bar Examiners client has put the dis
..."Pressing Bar Admission Fight, Notorious Fabulist Stephen Glass Hires High-Profile Appellate Team," from The Am...
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