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UCJA Rule 14-406 (Code of Judicial Administration)

 

Rule 14-406. MCLE requirements for lawyers on active military duty and lawyers who are spouses of active military members stationed in Utah.
Rule printed on September 28, 2022 at 11:14 am. Go to https://www.utcourts.gov/rules for current rules.
Effective: 5/1/2021

(a) Waiver for military members. Lawyers who are serving or called to federal active military duty that will last for 90 consecutive days or longer during any portion of a Compliance Cycle will have MCLE requirements waived for that particular Compliance Cycle.

(b) Statement of compliance. Each lawyer serving or called to federal active military duty that will last for 90 consecutive days or longer must file with the Board a statement of compliance providing verification of the date the lawyer was called to federal active military duty. The statement of compliance is due by July 31 following the end of the Compliance Cycle in which the report is due.

(c) Spouses of military members stationed in Utah. A lawyer who is admitted to practice law in Utah under Rule 14-805, because the lawyer is the spouse of an active military member with orders for a permanent change of station to reside in Utah, shall:

(c)(1) if the lawyer has two or more years of legal practice, comply with Rule 14-404(a) in the Compliance Cycle that begins after the lawyer is admitted to practice law in Utah; or

(c)(2) if the lawyer has less than two years of legal practice, complete the NLTP requirements before the end of the Compliance Cycle that begins after the lawyer is admitted to practice law in Utah.


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