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Unformatted text preview: PR OUTLINE: TABLE OF CONTENTS Dzienkowski Summer 2004 I. INTRODUCTION...1 A. The ABA and the Code B. Consequences of Bad Behavior C. Profession v. Business II. GAINING ADMISSION TO THE BAR A. Old Rule B. Education C. Examination .....2 D. Residency/Citizenship E. Pro Hac Vice ....3 III.CHARACTER AND FITNESS TO PRACTICE LAW A. Justifications for the Inquiry B. Factors Considered C. Procedure .4 D. Rule 8.1 : Bar Admission and Disciplinary Matters E. Rule 8.4: Misconduct.5 IV.FEDERAL PRACTICE A. Federal Supremacy Generally B. Federal Preemption: Patent Attorneys: Sperry C. In State Office Struck Down D. State Disciplinary Action E. Areas of Administrative Practice F. Tax V. UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW...6 A. Context B. Consequences of Violating C. Defining the Practice of Law D. Three General Contexts ...7 E. Suspended and Disbarred Lawyers ..8 F. Rule 5.4 : Professional Independence of Lawyer G. Rule 5.5 : Multijurisdictional Practice of Law.9 VI.ADVERTISING AND SOLICITATION A. Old Rule...
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This note was uploaded on 08/28/2008 for the course F 385 taught by Professor Dzienkowski during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Summer '08