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A local bar association may form a panel of attorneys, each of whom are willing to spend a period of time one day a week on a local college campus to make legal services readily available to a student senate of the campus and to individual students in need of legal services provided they follow the following rules: (1) The lawyer on campus can advise the students on any civil matter. (2) If the student has a legal problem which requires litigation, or other substantial legal services, the lawyer on campus will present the student with the roster of lawyers which have agreed to participate, after striking his own name and the other lawyers in his firm. (3) The lawyer on campus shall make no recommendation as to which lawyer on the roster should be consulted or retained. (4) When consulted about any criminal matter the lawyer on campus will not give advice beyond presenting the roster of lawyers or explaining the procedure for obtaining appointment of an attorney by the court.

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