Rules of Practice and Procedure effective September 15, 2011 - page 57

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the Clerk, or by the Court, without notice or
hearing and without any showing of cause);
(dd) be introduced by the attorney of
record in the case;
(ee) neither ask for nor receive any
compensation or remuneration of any kind for
his or her services from the person on whose
behalf such services are rendered, but this will
not prevent an attorney, legal aid bureau, law
school, a state, the District of Columbia, or a
United States territory or commonwealth
within the meaning of 48 U.S.C. § 1904(e)(5),
or the United States from paying
compensation to the eligible law student, nor
will it prevent any agency from making such
charges for its services as it may otherwise
properly require;
(ff) certify in writing that he or she has
read and is familiar with the code of
professional responsibility or rules of
professional conduct in effect in the state or
jurisdiction in which the student's law school
is located and with the rules governing
practice in the Court (
see
Rule 4 of the Court's
Rules of Admission and Practice).
(2)
Limited appearance.
(A) Notice of Appeal. Any practitioner appearing
for the limited purpose of submitting a Notice of
Appeal for filing with the Court shall, when submitting
such Notice of Appeal:
(i) provide the appellant's current address and
telephone number; and
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