Crossing State Lines: A Practical Guide for Immigration Lawyers When Volunteering Their Services Out-of-State

Are you allowed to interpret state laws when practicing out of state? This ethics article from AILA's PPC helps you answer this question and more in representing a client in another state, including research and analysis, communication with out-of-state clients, and appearing pro hac vice.

For more information on the ethics of this issue, check out AILA's Ethics Compendium.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17092931.

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