This interactive program uses hypotheticals to explore lawyers practicing law in states where they are not licensed, including:  the effect of lawyers practicing law in states where they are not licensed; the permissibility of lawyers giving advice about the law of states where they are not licensed; the ability to practice "virtually" in other states; litigators' ability to be admitted in another state's courts; permissible temporary practice by lawyers in states where they are not licensed (in both the litigation and the transactional context); the rules governing lawyers moving permanently to another state; the ability of lawyers not licensed in the state where they practice to represent clients before federal agencies, in federal court and in matters involving federal law; limitations on in‑house lawyers practicing in states where they are not licensed; the ability of foreign lawyers to practice in the US.

Speaker