Proposed Amendment to Rule 3, Admission to Practice Rules
Rule 3. Limited Admission of Nonresident Attorneys
An attorney admitted and licensed to practice law in another state or the District of Columbia, but not licensed in North Dakota, may occasionally be permitted to appear as counsel in a proceeding in a court of this state if the attorney:
1. complies with the requirements of Rule 11.1 of the North Dakota Rules of Court;
2. is not under any restriction or probation in the practice of law in any jurisdiction in which the attorney is licensed; and
3. has not been disbarred or is not currently under suspension from the courts of any state or the District of Columbia.
The nonresident attorney appearing in a North Dakota court under Rule 3.A. must report the date of each court appearance, the judge before whom the attorney appeared, and the case in which the attorney appeared to the Clerk of the Supreme Court within 30 days of each appearance.