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CALIFORNIA BAR ASSOCIATION. Initiative Act. Repeals State Bar Act. Creates California Bar Association, comprising those admitted to practice law in California, with seven directors elected at convention of county chapter delegates. Provides for examination and disciplinary committees, each having seven members, three appointed by directors, four by Judicial Council. Prescribes qualifications for admission to bar, differentiating between those who heretofore failed in two or more examinations and other applicants. Requires Judicial Council determine from disciplinary committee findings whether disbarment proceedings be instituted in court. Permits administrative rule making by directors and committees; subjects committees' rules to Judicial Council's approval.
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California Bar Association California Initiative 1934-c-1 (1934).