Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 56

preparation for, or in connection with any proceeding in
that case. Each attorney and non-attorney practitioner
generally is limited to one appearance under this
subsection. Except as permitted by the Court, any
subsequent appearances shall be made under Rule 46(a)
(1) (Admission of Attorneys to Bar of Court) or (a)(2)
(Admission of Non-Attorneys to Practice).
(G) Appearance by Law Students.
(i) General. An eligible law student, with the
written consent of the appellant and the attorney of
record, who is a member of the bar of the Court,
may appear in the Court as the Court may allow.
(ii) Participation defined. An eligible law
student may participate in the preparation of briefs
and other documents to be filed in the Court, but
such briefs or documents shall be signed by the
attorney of record. The student may also
participate in oral argument with leave of the
Court, but only in the presence of the attorney of
record. The attorney of record shall personally
assume professional responsibility for the law
student's work and for supervising the quality of
his or her work. The attorney shall be familiar
with the case and prepared to supplement or
correct any written or oral statement made by the
(iii) Conditions of appearance. In order to
make an appearance pursuant to this Rule, the
student shall–
(aa) be duly enrolled in a law school
approved by the American Bar Association;
(bb) have completed legal studies
amounting to at least two semesters or the
equivalent if studies are scheduled on other
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