When New Jersey eased restrictions three years ago on practice by out-of-state lawyers, critics predicted a range of problems. Now, a state Supreme Court committee has found otherwise.
But the Professional Responsibility Rules Committee also found out-of-state attorneys are apparently confused about the procedures for practicing law there.
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