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New Hampshire Student Practice Rule

Submitted by Kay Hill on Wed,18/09/2013
Long Title
New Hampshire Rules of the Supreme Court of the State of New Hampshire Rule 36
Published/Promulgated by
Name of entity
The Supreme Court of New Hampshire
Type of entity
Court
Entity Contact
http://www.courts.state.nh.us/supreme/index.htm
Year
2013
Country
United States
Jurisdiction within country
New Hampshire
Who is subject to this regulation?
Other
Abstract
An eligible law student, who is enrolled full-time and has completed legal studies amounting to at least four semesters, or the equivalent, or have completed two semesters and be enrolled in a law school clinical course with a classroom component geared to training the students for the work, and be of good moral character and fitness, or law graduate acting under a supervising attorney may appear in any court in this State, on behalf of any indigent person, the State of New Hampshire, a State agency, or a State subdivision.
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Teaching Methods
Lawyer Regulation