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End-of-life notice: American Legal Ethics Library

As of March 1, 2013, the Legal Information Institute is no longer maintaining the information in the American Legal Ethics Library. It is no longer possible for us to maintain it at a level of completeness and accuracy given its staffing needs. It is very possible that we will revive it at a future time. At this point, it is in need of a complete technological renovation and reworking of the "correspondent firm" model which successfully sustained it for many years.

Many people have contributed time and effort to the project over the years, and we would like to thank them. In particular, Roger Cramton and Peter Martin not only conceived ALEL but gave much of their own labor to it. We are also grateful to Brad Wendel for his editorial contributions, to Brian Toohey and all at Jones Day for their efforts, and to all of our correspondents and contributors. Thank you.

We regret any inconvenience.

Some portions of the collection may already be severely out of date, so please be cautious in your use of this material.


Arkansas Legal Ethics

1.17   Rule 1.17 Sale of Law Practice

1.17:100   Comparative Analysis of Arkansas Rule

1.17:101      Model Rule Comparison

In June 1995 the Arkansas Supreme Court rejected a provision petition to adopt Model Rule 1.17.

1.17:102      Model Code Comparison

See 1.17:101.

1.17:200   Traditional Rule Against the Sale of a Law Practice

Arkansas has no case law or authority on this topic and would adhere to the common law rules and the ethical standards incorporated into Rule 5.4.

1.17:300   Problems in Sale of Practice

Arkansas has no case law or authority on this topic.