Should lawyers be able to practice freely outside their home states?

Is it time to for all state and federal jurisdictions in the United States to embrace admission on motion? The ABAJournal wants to hear your thoughts:

The National Association for the Advancement of Multijurisdiction Practice has been litigating the issue of whether admission on motion privileges should be provided to all attorneys in the United States, the October issue of the ABA Journal reports. Currently, 39 states and the District of Columbia permit lawyers who have not been admitted in the jurisdiction to apply to the state supreme court, board of bar examiners or state bar association to practice there.”

Read: Should lawyers be able to practice freely outside their home states? at ABA Journal – Daily News

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