Why Lobbying Isn't Just Another Practice

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This article covers both issues of unauthorized practice of law for lobbyists, including whether one must be a lawyer to lobby (answer: no), how non-lawyer lobbyists in a law firm should be identified and held out; and also address unique aspects of assessing washington d.C. conflicts of interest rules apply to lobbying as legal representations.

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