New Advisory Opinions Address Online Lawyer Referral Service and Conflicts for Legal InternsArticle: June 21, 2016 | ArticlesOBLIC Alerts
The Board of Professional Conduct of the Ohio Supreme Court recently issued two new advisory opinions. Advisory Opinion 2016-3 Lawyer Participation in Referral Services gives guidance for lawyers using online lawyer referral services. Click here to read Opinion 2016-3.
Advisory Opinion 2016-4 Imputation of Conflicts involving Current and Former Legal Interns addresses conflicts of interest arising from a legal intern’s limited representation of clients in a law school legal clinic when the legal intern is simultaneously employed as a law clerk in a law firm. Click here to read Opinion 2016-4.
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