by Ryan McKeen
I was asked this question last week and my response was “I think so, otherwise he or she would be a felon for engaging in the unauthorized practice of law!”
Yeah, I roll with an exciting crowd.
The question is actually kind of interesting because one does not have to be an attorney to be a justice on the United States Supreme Court.
Anyway conversations like that fuel the fire that is this blog.
…The Attorney General shall be an elector of this state and an attorney at law of at least ten years’ active practice at the bar of this state….Conn.Gen.Stat. Section 3-124.
As is often the case, the answer lies in the statutes.