It's been 14 years since the ABA revised Model Rule of Professional Conduct 5.5 to authorize lawyers' limited multijurisdictional practice, but uncertainties and risks remain for those who don't confine their practice to the states where they're licensed. Is it UPL for a lawyer to work on matters for home-state clients when on vacation at an out-of-state beach? Is a lawyer practicing “in” a state by negotiating by email and phone with someone in that state? Is it time to fix Rule 5.5? Is that even possible?
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