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Budapest Lawyers Oppose Numerus Clausus for Bar

April 28, 1927
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

The plan of the Hungarian government to introduce a numerus clausus for the admission of Jewish lawyers to the bar met with the opposition of members of the bar.

At the general annual meeting of the Budapest bar association, the proposal was rejected.

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