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  4. Article 15: Attorneys and Counsellors


Section 471 Attorney who is judge's partner or clerk prohibited from practicing before him or in his court

Judiciary (JUD)

Attorney who is judge's partner or clerk prohibited from practicing before him or in his court. The law partner or clerk of a judge shall not practice before him, as attorney or counsellor in any cause, or be employed in any cause which originated before him. A law partner of, or person connected in law business with a judge, shall not practice or act as an attorney or counsellor, in a court, of which the judge is, or is entitled to act as a member, or in a cause originating in that court; except where the latter is a member of a court, ex officio, and does not officiate or take part, as a member of that court, in any of the proceedings therein.