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I guess from an associate perspective, if the website simply makes one look as though they are based in their barred state and makes no mention of where he/she actually lives, there should be no problems?
Seems like some firms are looking to hire remote only if the worker is located in a state in which the firm does not have a presence. Others don't specify and are flexible.
All of this is to say, f- the bar exam and I'm not taking it again if I can help it. Anyone have experience looking to work from another state that he/she is not barred in? What was the firm's response? Would going into work at the local office branch count as "holding yourself out" under the ethics rules?
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