RULE 11.2 WITHDRAWAL OF ATTORNEYS
(a) Notice of Withdrawal.
An attorney may withdraw their appearance for a party only upon leave of the court. An attorney's appearance for a party may only be withdrawn upon leave of court. Reasonable notice of the motion for leave to withdraw must be given by personal service, by registered or certified mail, or via a third-party commercial carrier providing a traceable delivery, directed to the party at their the party's last known business or residence address.
(b) Motion to Withdraw. The motion for leave to withdraw must be in writing and, unless another attorney is substituted, must state the last known address of the party represented.
Rule 11.2 was amended, effective March 1, 1999; March 1, 2000.
The March 1, 1999, amendments allow notice via a commercial carrier providing a traceable delivery service.
The March 1, 2000, amendments are stylistic.
Rule 11.2 was amended, effective March 1, 1999, to allow notice via a commercial carrier providing a traceable delivery service.
SOURCES: Joint Procedure Committee Minutes of May 6-7, 1999, pages 15-16; January 29-30, 1998, page 22.