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Dinsmore Atty Presses Ohio Justices For OK To Practice

Law360 (July 17, 2018, 9:47 PM EDT) -- A Dinsmore & Shohl LLP associate from Kentucky turned to the Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday to unravel a bar finding that she improperly practiced law in the Buckeye State and couldn't be admitted there, in a case that experts say highlights the troubles mobile attorneys and BigLaw firms face with often perplexing state admission rules.

While attorney Alice Jones had the support of the Cincinnati bar for admission after her move from Louisville, Kentucky, a finding by a separate court oversight committee that she'd engaged in unauthorized practice brought her up short.

"You're talking about a person who is perfectly...

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