While many jurisdictions permit non-locally barred in-house attorneys to practice law for their employer-client as long as they are in good standing in another state, this exception does not always extend to providing pro bono services. When it does, it typically comes with difficult and unnecessary restrictions that limit and discourage in-house attorneys’ pro bono participation.
Multijurisdictional Practice Rules Interactive Map
Guide to In-House Pro Bono Multijurisdictional Practice Rules
Infographic: Right to Practice In-House Pro Bono
Model Language for In-House Pro Bono Practice
Recent News About In-House Pro Bono Multijurisdictional Practice Rules
General In-House Right to Practice and Registration Rules
In-House Pro Bono Multijurisdictional Practice Task Force
Guide to Foreign Lawyer In-House Multijurisdictional Practice Rules
In-house attorneys and legal departments interested in joining the effort to change the rules in other jurisdictions should contact CPBO.