Kei Komuro’s name not on list of those who passed US NY bar qualifying exam, possibly six ‘unlisted passers’

Kei Komuro not passed?

Kei Komuro, 30, who married Mako Akishino, 30, the eldest daughter of the Akishinomiya family, is said to have taken the New York State bar exam in July.

The New York State Bar Exam Commission announced the list of successful applicants on its official website at around 10 p.m. Japan time on July 29.

However, the Commission announced the number of successful applicants as 5791 in its documents, but the list only contains 5785 names.

There is a possibility that Mr. Komuro is among the successful applicants who are not on the list, and there is also a possibility that he did not take the final exam.

Mr. Komuro studied at Fordham University Law School in the United States in August 2006. It’s a great way to get to know the people around you.

He also overcame job hunting and landed a job at a New York law firm in September this year.

His academic performance while studying abroad was excellent, and he won the student essay competition in the business law category organized by the New York State Bar Association, which was announced on the 23rd of this month. He also came in second place last year.

 He was hired by a law firm as a “legal assistant,” which is a clerk. It is said that the annual salary is about 6 million yen, and the annual salary for becoming a lawyer in the state is over 20 million yen.

I’m sure it will be added later, but it does make you wonder!

Kei Komuro not passed?

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竹 慎一郎