It was more than a year ago that the Philadelphia Bar Associationbeganfloating the idea of a “combine” office, a facility that the Bar couldrent and then sublet to out-of-state lawyers licensed in New Jersey, toserve as their bona fide offices here.

Not wanting to run afoul of New Jersey’s ethics rules, the groupapproached the Committee on Attorney Advertising and asked it to vettheplan.

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