ABA making it easier for foreign lawyers to practice in USA, temporarily

CHANGES PROPOSED FOR ‘FLY IN, FLY OUT’ RULE

The N.J. Law journal reports:

The ABA has undertaken additional efforts to address the globalization of the legal profession and the desire of attorneys to practice across international borders. For example, the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 has proposed changes to Model Rule 5.5 that would clarify regulations governing foreign lawyers standing to practice temporarily in the United States. These ‘Fly In, Fly Out’ rules would make it easier for foreign attorneys to practice.

See, related post, Would you Hire a Foreign Trained Lawyer to Work for you and your Company?

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