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Links to Admission & Practice Information for the New England States

This material has been submitted by representatives from each of the New England states in response to requests for website links to information about admission and practice rules for each jurisdiction. It is intended that this information be made accessible from each New England state bar website through posted links, and that the information will be as up-to-date as possible by direct access via the posted links. This is intended to be a resource and a guide for practitioners who intend to perform legal work in the various New England states or seek information as to being admitted in a particular jurisdiction.
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Due to the changing nature of the law and the reliance on information provided by outside sources, no warranty or guarantee is made concerning the accuracy or reliability of this content, or the content of the sites and resources referenced here. Updated 1/2012.

Connecticut Bar Association 

Rules of Professional Responsibility 
UPL Statute
The above information is also available in Casemaker's Connecticut library.

Maine Bar Association

Rules of Admission

Court Rules
Case Law
Professional Ethics Commission of the Board of Overseers of the Bar

Massachusetts Bar Association

Admission Information
Rules of Professional Conduct
New Hampshire Bar Association

Rules of Admission

Rules of Professional Conduct

UPL Statutes

Rhode Island Bar Association

Rules of Admission

Rules of Professional Conduct

Vermont Bar Association

Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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