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Rule 9-19. Limited Scope Representation

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   All lawyers providing limited scope representation to a client shall do so pursuant to the terms of Neb. Ct. R. of Prof. Cond. § 3-501.2. If such representation is done pursuant to Neb. Ct. R. of Prof. Cond. § 3-501.2(d), the lawyer shall file a “Limited Appearance.” The “Limited Appearance” shall contain (1) a written acceptance by the client setting forth the client’s understanding of the scope, nature, and acceptance of the representation; and (2) a statement that all pleadings, motions, and notices should be sent to the lawyer entering the “Limited Appearance.” When the representation is complete, the lawyer shall file within 10 days a “Certificate of Completion of Limited Representation” with the court. The certificate shall contain a statement that all future pleadings, motions, and notices should be sent directly to the pro se litigant. An order of the court allowing the lawyer to withdraw is not required.

Approved September 9, 2010.

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