Thereafter, applicant sat for the Vermont bar exam four times between and , failing each time. In light of those concerns, Licensing Counsel asked applicant if he wished to go forward with the application. Applicant elected to do so, and, in November , supplied additional information directed at the concerns Licensing Counsel raised. In doing so, it relied on Rule of Admission to the Bar of the Vermont Supreme Court 9 b 1 , which requires an applicant to sit for the bar exam within five years of completing the LOS Program unless the time is extended for good cause, and Rule 9 b 4 , which limits an applicant to four attempts to pass the examination unless the BBE waives the limitation upon a proper showing. Absent a waiver, applicant was deemed ineligible to sit for the bar examination because he did not meet the requirements of Rule 9 b 1 , and the Supreme Court concurred his application was properly denied. Birt Receive free daily summaries of new opinions from the Vermont Supreme Court. In re Lewis Y. Birt Annotate this Case. Download PDF.
Hello everyone, I'm working on a report where i have a Bar-chart. I'm trying to find a way to tell the y-axis to set it's max-scale value as the max value that it comes from the Data when placed on the Chart. I'm thinking of some like: calling the y-Data using : getOrthogonalValue and determine the max value of it and then set this value as the max scale for the y-axis but i don't know how to implement it. So I would be thankful for your suggestions and help. I hope to get help with the problem explained above since it blocks me from continuing my project. What chart type are you using? You'll likely need to write some script to look at the data to find the max and change the scale to the max. How you do that will depend on the type of chart. I think that would be the easiest one to implement. Hello Chad, First thank you so much for your answer.
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