May a lawyer who is not admitted to practice law in this jurisdiction?

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May a lawyer who is not admitted to practice law in this jurisdiction?

Question

Go back to the ABA’s website. Use the search bar to locate the ABA’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct. Read through the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. On the second page of your Word document, answer the following questions: http://www.americanbar.org/

May a lawyer who is not admitted to practice law in this jurisdiction, but who is admitted in another jurisdiction, hold himself out to the public as a lawyer admitted in this jurisdiction?

When is a lawyer responsible for the conduct of a paralegal (called a “nonlawyer assistant” in the relevant Model Rule)?

When does concurrent conflict of interest exist?

May a lawyer act as an advocate at a trial in which he is likely to be called as a witness if the testimony relates to the nature and value of the legal services rendered in the case?

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