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Rule 2.03 - Appearance by a Law Student

A law student may participate in a trial or hearing in a civil or misdemeanor action with the judge's consent if the student:

(a) is enrolled in an accredited law school, has completed at least forty-eight semester hours of legal study or the equivalent, and agrees that neither the supervising lawyer nor the student will ask for or receive compensation from the client for the student’s services;

(b) is accompanied by a supervising lawyer who assumes professional responsibility for the student's action and the quality of the student's work; and

(c) is acting on behalf of an indigent person, a government, or a governmental agency.