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§ 3-204. Professional organization practice of law prohibited; exceptions.
Except as provided by this rule, professional organizations shall not practice law.
This rule shall not apply to organizations offering prepaid legal services to a defined and limited class of clients, to nonprofit charitable or benevolent organizations organized and operating primarily for a purpose other than the provision of legal services and which furnish legal services as an incidental activity in furtherance of their primary purpose, or to nonprofit organizations which have as their primary purpose the furnishing of legal services to indigent persons, provided that (1) the legal work serves the intended beneficiaries of the organizational purpose, (2) the staff attorney responsible for the matter signs all papers prepared by the organization, and (3) the relationship between the staff attorney and client meets the attorney’s professional responsibilities to the client and is not subject to interference, control, or direction by the organization’s board or employees except those of a supervising attorney licensed to practice law in Nebraska.
Rule IV amended July 13, 2005, effective September 1, 2005. Renumbered and codified as § 3-204, effective July 18, 2008.
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