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Here's The Massachusetts Law License Rule (not law) Elizabeth Warren Probably Broke
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| Erin Fuchs
Posted on 10/02/2012 4:28:47 PM PDT by Libloather
Here's The Massachusetts Law License Rule Elizabeth Warren Probably Broke
Erin Fuchs | 20 minutes ago
So, what does the rule for lawyers in Massachusetts say? Well, like most laws, it's open to interpretation, but it appears Warren might have at least severely bent the rule.
The rule says lawyers without a license in Massachusetts can practice there "on a temporary basis," especially if they're working on cases with attorneys who are licensed in the state.
Still, it's not clear that Warren was practicing law on just a temporary basis since she was heavily involved in a number of cases while serving as a full-time law professor.
Warren has also reportedly listed the state of Massachusetts as her "primary practice location" in official correspondence.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial; Government; News/Current Events; US: Massachusetts
KEYWORDS: license; massachusetts; rule; warren
Kinda fuzzy. If I've heard it once, I've heard it a thousand times - 'breaking the RULE will put you behind bars - probably.'
Hey everybody! Go fishing in Massachusetts, and when the Game Warden asks to see your fishing license, just say, “I’m only temporarily fishing and the guy I’m with has a license. Paleface Lizzy says it’s OK.”
posted on 10/02/2012 4:34:00 PM PDT
("A crack shot and a good dancer")
If it’s *illegal* to practice medicine,dentistry,podiatry and barbering without a license it’s gotta be illegal to practice *law* without a license.But then,maybe not.After all,it *is* lawyers (for the most part) that make laws.
To: Gay State Conservative
Criminal illegals have special rights in Massachusetts.
Eloquent rapists are especially sought by Deval Patrick.
posted on 10/02/2012 4:40:14 PM PDT
(Vi veri veniversum vivus vici)
I would guess she was a consultant with/to a firm who WAS licensed.....no problem....
And there are temporary situations. My license lets me practice in another state under certain circumstances.
she wanted to make extra wampum bucks.
posted on 10/02/2012 4:45:14 PM PDT
In the several states where I am licensed to practice law - yeah, I'm one of those heartless money-grubbing scumbags - an attorney not licensed in the state must have an attorney who is licensed in the jurisdiction move his admission "pro haec vice."
The moving attorney has to appear at any court appearances made by the out-of-state attorney. I have appeared once "pro haec vice" in North Carolina, a state in which I am not licensed to practice law, and have moved the admission of several out-of-state attorneys "pro haec vice" in my home jurisdiction of Maryland. In Maryland, the judiciary will only allow a few appearances of this type for any one attorney.
Genuflectimus non ad principem sed ad Principem Pacis!
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posted on 10/02/2012 4:54:05 PM PDT
(HM/2 USN, 3/5 Marines RVN 1969 - St. Michael the Archangel defend us in Battle!)
...she was a consultant with/to a firm who WAS licensed.....
She should say so. She hasn't.
posted on 10/02/2012 5:14:15 PM PDT
(The epitome of civility.)
To: ConorMacNessa; Libloather
Oh, c’mon you guys! It isn’t as if she drove some gal off a bridge and let her drown.
posted on 10/03/2012 8:33:41 PM PDT
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