1:27-3. Admission of Law School Teachers
An applicant for admission who has been engaged full time in the teaching of law at an approved law school in the State for 5 years immediately preceding the application may be admitted as an attorney of this State, without examination or completion of a skills and methods course, provided the applicant has been admitted, after examination, as an attorney of another state whose educational qualifications for admission to the bar are equal to those of this State. In determining the 5 year period the Supreme Court may grant credit for time spent on leave of absence from such law school. The application shall be made to the Board of Bar Examiners, in accordance with its rules, and the Board shall expeditiously investigate the application and file its report and recommendations thereon to the Supreme Court for appropriate action by it.
Note: Source -- R.R. 1:20-2(b), adopted as R. 1:27-2; amended July 29, 1977 to be effective September 6, 1977; amended November 7, 1988 to be effective January 2, 1989; renumbered as R. 1:27-3 November 17, 2003 to be effective January 1, 2004.