ACC Comments To Hawaii Supreme Court on Proposed MJP Rules for In-House Counsel

In comments submitted October 31st to the Supreme Court of Hawaii, ACC strongly supports proposed rules for the multijurisdictional practice (MJP) of in-house counsel, which largely follow the ABA Model Rules for MJP. However, ACC identifies two areas of concern to in-house attorneys: denial of client representation in court without a “laborious pro hoc vice process” and limitations on the types of pro bono services in-house attorneys can deliver.

For more details see the comments:

ACC Comments to Hawaii Supreme Court, 10/31/11