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Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board
Also known as:
State Board of Professional Responsibility
Court Rules, Rule 4 Professional Rules
Function: The Board oversees the lawyers professional responsibility office, which investigates complaints of alleged lawyer misconduct and prosecutes disciplinary actions against lawyers. The Board shall prepare and submit to the MN Supreme Court an annual report covering the operation of the lawyer discipline and disability system
Active dates:1971 -
Pursuant to Rules 4c and 5b, Rules on Lawyers Professional Responsibility (RLPR), the Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board and the Director of the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility report annually on the operation of the professional responsibility system in Minnesota.
Lawyers Board on Professional Responsibility
20 members, 3-year terms. Terms are staggered.
The Board has a 5 member Executive Committee, charged with oversight of the Director's Office.
Richey B. Reavill was the first full-time director of the State Board of Professional Responsibility
Record last updated:
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