LOS ANGELES — The State Bar Court of California recently suspended four California attorneys for not passing the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE) due to prior discipline orders.
On March 27, Raynard Shelby Pace, a West Hollywood attorney, was suspended for failing to pass the MPRE following a Feb. 19, 2016, suspension order for not complying with the Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) hours requirements of his license. He was admitted to the California State Bar in 1997 and is a graduate of the University of Southern California Law School.
Victor Saldana, a Diamond Bar attorney, was suspended on March 27. He has been suspended by the California State Bar on several occasions for failing to pay child support and other legal disciplinary matters. Saldana was admitted to the state bar in 2008 and is a graduate of the Whittier College School of Law.
Navinder Virk, a San Francisco attorney, was suspended on March 27 for failing to adhere to the MPRE requirement of his February 2016 suspension order. The prior suspension was issued after it was determined that Virk had not completed the 25 hours of MCLE credits needed to keep his license in good standing. The attorney was admitted to the state bar in 2003 and is a graduate of the Golden Gate University School of Law.
Emile Adlai Davis, a San Francisco attorney, was suspended on March 27 for failing to meet the MPRE requirement of her suspension and probation order. In January 2016, the attorney was disciplined for not adhering to the requirements of a private reproval. He was admitted to the state bar in 2000 after graduating from the Golden Gate University School of Law.