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     16-16-16.   Review by Supreme Court of bar examiners' decision as to qualifications of applicant. If an applicant be aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Bar Examiners as to his qualifications and shall so request, the secretary of the board shall transmit the applicant's file and other available information to the Supreme Court for review. The Court shall thereupon conduct such investigation as it deems necessary to a decision as to the qualifications of the applicant for admission. The decision of the Court shall be communicated by the secretary to the applicant and shall be final. Any such request for review must be filed with the Court within thirty days of the decision of the Board of Bar Examiners.

Source: Supreme Court Rule 7, Order No. 1, 1957; SDC Supp 1960, ยง 32.1107; Supreme Court Rule 75-7; SL 2003, ch 267 (Supreme Court Rule 03-8), eff. July 1, 2003.


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