Rules in Relation to the Admission of Attorneys at Law to the Bar of Rhode Island: As Adopted by the Court and the Board of Examiners. In Force April 1, 1900

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E.L. Freeman, 1900 - 12 páginas
 

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Página 5 - I, , do solemnly swear [or affirm] that I will demean myself, as an attorney and counsellor of this court, uprightly, and according to law; and that I will support the Constitution of the United States.
Página 2 - ... counsellor in this state; Or that, not having received a classical education, he has studied law three years in the office of an attorney and counsellor at law, or three years in some law school in the country and the office of an attorney and counsellor, six months of which time of study, at least shall have been in the office of an attorney and counsellor in this state; Or that, having been admitted to the bar In some one of the United States, he has practiced law therein for more than three...
Página 1 - States, or has filed his declaration of intention of becoming such ; or, if under twenty-one years of age, that he has served not less than fourteen days in the army or navy of the United States during actual war ; that said Application.
Página 4 - ... as to their knowledge of law, and shall report to the court upon each petition, with such recommendation as they shall think proper. If the board report that the petitioner is qualified and recommend his admission, then, unless the court otherwise order, he shall be admitted as an attorney and counsellor at law of this court, and as such shall be entitled to practice law in all the courts of this State. 5. The board of bar examiners...
Página 3 - Bar. 5 the petitioner shall pay to the clerk a fee of ten dollars; provided that in case an applicant is unsuccessful in his first application he shall be required to pay upon the filing of any subsequent petition the sum of five dollars only. 2. Any person hereafter entering the office of an attorney and counsellor in this State as a student of law shall file forthwith, with the clerk of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the county of Providence, a certificate from such attorney that...
Página 6 - States." 7. Members of the bar of other States not residing in this State will be permitted on motion to conduct or argue any case on trial in the courts of this State as heretofore, but no non-resident can be recognized as an attorney in any case for the purposes of endorsing writs, filing answers or pleas, or issuing or receiving notices or agreements. 8. Complaints against members of the bar for unprofessional conduct shall be made in writing that shall set forth specifically the facts upon which...
Página 1 - Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the county of Providence, setting forth: — First. — That he is a citizen of the United States, or has filed his declaration of intention to become a citizen ; that he resides in this State ; that he is over...
Página 2 - ... of which time of study, at least shall have been in the office of an attorney and counsellor in this state; Or that, having been admitted to the bar In some one of the United States, he has practiced law therein for more than three years and has studied law in the office of an attorney and counsellor in this state for the term of six months; Or that having been admitted to the bar in some one of the United States, he has practiced law for more than ten years.
Página 9 - ... in the District of Columbia and has been engaged in active general practice of law therein for at least ten years, shall prima facie be entitled to admission to the bar of this state. Proof that an applicant has been admitted to the bar of some one of the United States or of the District of Columbia will be the production of his license or the certificate of the clerk of the court where admitted. The applicant shall also furnish a certificate of the justice of the highest court in such state...
Página 7 - After an examination, the secretary of the board will notify each applicant of the result of his examination, and will inform those possessing the requirements necessary for admission of the time when the board will recommend their admission to the court.

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