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- Cade McNown
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I saw this somewhere else and replied, but you'll need to be admitted in any jurisdiction where you practice law. The exceptions are the MJP ethics rules and the jurisdictions with waivers. Check out http://www.BarReciprocity.com. It organizes this information and can give you a better idea of the reciprocity and waiver rules.