Am I about to write about this just for the click-bait possibilities? Probably. Does that make the underlying topic less worth discussing? I hope not. So there used to be a time when people could become lawyers without ever having to go to law school. You could effectively apprentice in the law where you could […]
Tag: Practice Pending Admission
Ridiculous from up close and far away.
I have some real-world experience in trying to help lawyers already admitted in at least one jurisdiction obtain admission to practice here in Tennessee. My state’s system now is still less than ideal but not necessarily in a way that makes it strikingly more problematic than is the case in many other states. (In the […]
The Tennessee Supreme Court issued an order last week implementing a helpful change to our rules on pro hac vice admission so that lawyers who are taking advantage of recent rule changes in Tennessee to permit practice pending admission can also be admitted pro hac vice in a lawsuit on behalf of a client. You […]
Yesterday, the Tennessee Supreme Court entered an order that addresses a variety of issues I have written about on a number of prior occasions. You can take in the entire order setting out all of the new provisions here. In addition to making a spot change to Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 6 and a revision to […]