Lawyers displaced by Hurricane Katrina can now practice in Pennsylvania for up to nine months, according to a temporary order handed down Monday by the state Supreme Court.

“The devastation to life, property and records brought on by Hurricane Katrina has forced many courts at the federal, state and local levels — and the thousands of attorneys who practice in them — to relocate,” Chief Justice Ralph J. Cappy said.

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