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In re Order Amending Rules 341 and 342 of the Pennsylvania Bar Admission Rules

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

October 25, 2019

IN RE: ORDER AMENDING RULES 341 AND 342 OF THE PENNSYLVANIA BAR ADMISSION RULES

         SUPREME COURT RULES DOCKET

          ORDER

          PER CURIAM

         AND NOW, this 25th day of October, 2019, upon the recommendation of the Board of Law Examiners, the proposal having been submitted without publication in the interests of justice and efficient administration pursuant to Pa.R.J.A. No. 103(a)(3):

         IT IS ORDERED pursuant to Article V, Section 10 of the Constitution of Pennsylvania that Rule 341 and Rule 342 of the Bar Admission Rules are amended in the attached forms.

         This Order shall be processed in accordance with Pennsylvania Rule of Judicial Administration No. 103(b) and shall be effective immediately.

         Additions to the rule are shown in bold and are underlined.

         Deletions from the rule are shown in bold and brackets.

         Rule 341. Licensing of Foreign Legal Consultants.

         * * *

         (b) Application. An applicant under this rule shall file with the Board an application in the form prescribed by the Board, which shall be accompanied by:

         (1) a certificate from the professional body or public authority in the foreign country having final jurisdiction over professional discipline, certifying as to the applicant's admission to practice and the date thereof, and as to his or her good standing as such attorney or counselor at law or the equivalent;

         (2) a letter of recommendation from one of the members of the executive body of such professional body or public authority or from one of the judges of the highest law court or court of original jurisdiction of the foreign country;

         (3) a duly authenticated English translation of the certificate and the letter if, in either case, it is not in English;

         (4) a statement indicating his or her understanding of, and commitment to observe, the Rules of Professional Conduct and the Enforcement Rules to the extent ...


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