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D.C. Court of Appeals Welcomes Comments on Proposed Amendments to Rules of Professional Conduct

July 18, 2018

In response to a proposal from the D.C. Bar, the court is considering whether to amend D.C. Rules of Professional Conduct 1.2 relating to limited-scope representation. Memoranda explaining the amendments proposed by the Bar are included within the notice. The court specifically invites interested parties to address whether the court should adopt the Bar's proposal or the approach reflected in the corresponding American Bar Association model rule.

This notice is published to provide interested parties an opportunity to submit written comments concerning the proposals under consideration. Comments must be submitted by July 31, 2018. Comments may be submitted by email, or submitted in writing to:

Clerk, D.C. Court of Appeals
430 E Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20001

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