Attorneys in Attorney General's office may ethically handle pro bono cases for Volunteer Lawyers Program if appropriate screening for conflicts occurs.
Attorney, who serves as a judge pro tem without pay, may properly count such judicial activity as pro bono publico service under ER 6.1, as amended.
Guidelines for accepting credit cards for payment of legal fees and retainers.
Attorney participating with nonlawyer financial planner in presenting seminars for general public on financial planning, estate planning, and probate problems.
Permissible to solicit pro bono employment from prospective indigent client, provided there is no motive for pecuniary gain. Attorney may pay costs of litigation, or request client to pay as much as possible, or receive payment from a third party.