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A lawyer should identify his location of practice under his own name or the names of the partners or some of them if there is a partnership. He should identify himself as a lawyer by the use of the words, "Law Office of", preceding his name or the use of the words, "Lawyer" or the words, "Attorney at Law" following his name, except that where he practices law as a "Professional Corporation", these words or the initials "P.C." should be added. Any further use of words such as "Legal Clinic" is surplusage and additional advertising. (Such identification of a place of practice should be placed close to the entrance of the law office if the entrance is from the street, or in the directory on the first floor of an office building that has more than one floor.)

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