(1) who, as determined by the Commission, has been admitted to and is currently active in practice before the highest court of another state, the District of Columbia, or of any jurisdiction where the Common Law of England constitutes the basis of jurisprudence;
(1) who have been licensed and are active and in good standing in the practice of law in another state, territory, or district of the United States preceding application for admission to the bar of Nebraska and have actively and substantially engaged in the practice of law in another state, territory, or district of the United States for 5 of the 7 years immediately preceding application for admission, and
(1) The private practice of law as a sole practitioner or as an attorney employee of , or partner or shareholder in, a law firm, professional corporation, legal clinic, legal services office, or similar entity; or
(3) Employment as an attorney in the law offices of the executive, legislative, or judicial departments of the United States, including the independent agencies thereof, or of any state, political subdivision of a state, territory, special district, or municipality of the United States, with the primary duties of:
(4) Employment as a judge, magistrate, hearing examiner, administrative law judge, law clerk, or similar official of the United States, including the independent agencies thereof, or of any state, territory, or municipality of the United States, with the duties of hearing and deciding cases and controversies in judicial or administrative proceedings, provided such employment is available only to an attorney; or
(6) In the event that the applicant has not served for a full 5 of the last 7 years with any of the entities listed in subsections (1) through (5) above, for purposes of this section, the applicant may use any combination of subsections (1) through (5) above.
(E) Other applicants. Any applicant who does not qualify under § 3-119 (A) through (D) is a Class 2 examination applicant.
(F) Applicants who meet the requirements of Class 1-A, Class 1-B, or Class 1-C shall not be permitted to apply for examination without the prior approval of the Commission, which approval may be given on good cause shown.
Rule 19 adopted April 24, 2002. Renumbered and codified as § 3-119, effective July 18, 2008; § 3-119 amended July 25, 2013, effective August 1, 2013.
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