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352 pass state bar exam

Geoff Dornan, Appeal Capitol Bureau

A total of 352 budding lawyers have passed the 2002 bar examinations.

While most of the graduates were male, more than 150 of those who passed were women.

The list includes Ross Miller, son of former governor Bob Miller.

Only six of those on the list are from Carson City. They are Jennifer Fox, Matthew Griffin, Joy Graber, Stephanie Haft, Mary Alice McGreevy and Jasmine Mehta. Three of those on the list — Karen Dustman, Angela Langlotz and Gina Guiley — are from Douglas County. Todd Boyer is the only one on the list from Fallon.

In addition, five of those passing the bar are from the Tahoe Basin. They are Tamara Cordova of South Lake Tahoe, Alex Gallard, Jamie LaGrace and Colm Moore of Incline Village and Kelley Keiper of Zephyr Cove.

The vast majority of those on the list are from Las Vegas.

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Supreme Court Chief Justice Bill Maupin said some of the men and women who passed still have further requirements to satisfy before they can begin practicing law in Nevada. For those who are finished, however, admission ceremonies are set for Oct. 30 in the Reno federal courthouse.

The Las Vegas admission ceremonies are scheduled for Nov. 1.