Proposed rule would require members to disclose all jurisdictions in which they are licensed to practice
The Board of Governors has signed off on a proposed rule amendment that would require Florida attorneys to report other jurisdictions where they are licensed to practice law.
At a January 27 meeting in Tallahassee, the board voted unanimously, without discussion, to approve the proposed amendments to Bar Rule 1-3.3 (Official Bar Name and Contact Information).
In addition to changing the title of the rule, the proposed amendment would add a subdivision (b), “Notice of Admission to Other Jurisdictions.”
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