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Minnesota State Court Rules - Legal Ethics

Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct

Resources in this category:
   Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct (July 1, 2010) (Minnesota Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility)
   Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct (effective October 1, 2005) (redlined version) (June 17, 2005) (Minnesota Supreme Court)
These Rules are redlined to show the changes as compared to the Rules of Professional Conduct previously in effect. 139 pages.

See also the Minnesota Supreme Court's Order of June 17, 2005 adopting the new rules, which recites the petitions filed by the Minnesota State Bar Association and Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board leading up to the amendments.

   Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct, Appendix 1: Maintenance of Books and Records (July 1, 2010) (Minnesota Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board)
"Adopted September 30, 2005, with amendments through July 1, 2010."

"Every attorney engaged in the private practice of law must maintain the books and records described in this Appendix to comply with the applicable provisions of the MRPC relating to funds and property received and disbursed on behalf of clients or otherwise held in a fiduciary capacity. Equivalent books and records demonstrating the same information in an easily accessible manner and in substantially the same detail are acceptable."

Includes both trust account records and business account records.

   Minnesota State Court Rules (Minnesota Revisor of Statutes)
These rule sets are published rule by rule and also include an index, making them more usable than those published on the Minnesota Judicial Branch website.
   Summary of Recent Changes to the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct by Burns, Patrick R. (October 1, 2005) (Burns, Patrick R.)
The author is Senior Assistant Director of the Minnesota Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility. This outline was distributed in the fall of 2005 in connection with seminars offered around Minnesota introducing the new Rules of Professional Conduct, effective October 1, 2005. 17 pages.
   Minnesota State Court Rules Directory and Recent Rules Orders (Minnesota Judicial Branch)

See also:
  • Minnesota Rules on Lawyers Professional Responsibility
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