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  • If you were admitted pursuant to SCR 2.111:

    (6) The limited certificate of admission to practice law in this Commonwealth shall expire if such attorney is granted a certificate of admission to practice, or is admitted to the Bar of this Commonwealth under any other rule of this Court, or if such attorney ceases to be an employee for the employer or its parent, subsidiary, or affiliated entities, listed on such attorney's application, whichever shall first occur; provided, however, that if such attorney, within thirty (30) days of ceasing to be an employee for the employer or its parent, subsidiary, or affiliated entities listed on such attorney's application, becomes employed by another employer for which such attorney shall solely perform legal services, such attorney may maintain his admission under this Rule by promptly filing with the Clerk of the Supreme Court a statement to such effect, stating the date on which his prior employment ceased and his new employment commenced, identifying his new employer and reaffirming that he shall not provide legal services, in this Commonwealth, to any other individual or entity. In the event that the employment of an attorney admitted under this rule shall cease with no subsequent employment by a successor employer within thirty (30) days, such attorney shall promptly file with the Clerk of the Supreme Court a statement to such effect, stating the date that such employment ceased.
      
  • If you were admitted pursuant to SCR 2.112:

    (d) Expiration of Admission. When an attorney admitted under this rule ceases to be associated in a program as set forth in the motion previously filed, a written statement to that effect shall be filed with the Clerk of the Supreme Court by a representative of the public defender program or legal services program. Admission to practice under this rule shall expire after eighteen months, or when the attorney ceases to be an employee of the program, whichever shall first occur.
      
  • If you were admitted by Exam or Motion:

    Withdrawal from the Kentucky Bar Association requires a motion before the Supreme Court of Kentucky. The motion, if sustained, will prompt the Court to enter an order permitting you to withdraw from the practice of law in Kentucky. Please review SCR 3.480 (withdrawal) and SCR 3.500 (restoration).
     
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