A recent opinion by a Washington, D.C., court committee on the licensing of contract attorneys has thrown lawyers, law firms and legal placement agencies for a loop.
According to the June 17 opinion from the D.C. Court of Appeals Committee on Unauthorized Practice of Law, contract lawyers doing business in the District must have a D.C. Bar law license.
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