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NameThe following persons have restricted right to practice law, except: Sanggunian members Vice governors Retired judges and justices Municipal mayorsThe following statements on lawyer’s fees are true, except: Healthy competition in the matter of charging professional fees to benefit clients is not prohibited A lawyer shall not charge lower rates unless the circumstances so warrant The rules do not prohibit charging reduced fees to people of limited means Competition in charging lower professional fees to attract clients is not prohibited_________________ refers to a person who has strong interest in or views on the subject matter of an action, but not part thereto, who may be invited by the Court or who may petition the Court to help in the disposition of the issues submitted to it. Advocate Solicitor Amicus Curiae Expert witness Counsel de parteThe following persons are prohibited from engaging in the private practice of law, except: Cabinet secretaries and their deputies Officials and employees of the Office of the Solicitor General Judges and other officials as employees of the Supreme Court Members of CongressThe following people are covered by the Code of Professional Responsibility, except: Bar exam applicants Lawyers in government Public prosecutors Pre-law studentsWho decides whether an offense involves moral turpitude or not in determining the moral character of an applicant for admission to the bar? The Office of the Bar Confidant The lawyer who signs the testimonial of good character The Supreme Court The Judicial and Bar Council_________________ refers to a person named or appointed by the court to defend an absentee defendant in a suit in which the appointment is made. Attorney-ad-hoc Counsel de oficio Attorney-at-law Attorney-in-factThe following are instances of lack of good moral character that disqualifies an applicant for admission to the bar, except: Committing polygamy by a Muslim Using another person’s school records Making false statement in his application Living an adulterous lifeThe following terms refer to a lawyer, except: Proctor Solicitor Attorney-in-fact BarristerIn law practice, the following forms of advertising are permissible except: Publication in reputable law list of brief biographical and informative data Writing legal articles but not employed to give advice on inquiries on individual rights Use of professional cards indicating the lawyer’s field of expertise in law Publication of simple announcement of opening a law firm or change of partnership or addressThe following persons may practice law despite not being admitted to the bar, except: Person representing a friend in the MTC Person authorized to represent the government in a case Person representing himself in the RTC Person representing a principal in the RTC________________ is a counsel appointed or assigned by the court, by reason of experience and ability, to adequately defend the accused, who is usually an indigent, in a criminal case. Counsel de oficio Counsel pro bono Attorney ad hoc Counsel de parteMay a disbarred lawyer resume practice of law? Yes, only if allowed by the Supreme Court upon petition of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines Yes, only if pardoned by his/her complainant No, unless he takes and passes the bar again No, unless allowed by the Supreme Court on his/her own petitionThe age requirement for admission to the bar is at least: 23 years old 20 years old 18 years old 21 years oldEvery applicant for admission to the practice of law must possess the following qualifications, except: Filipino citizen Philippine resident Pass the bar At least 20 years oldA young successful bar candidate was convicted of reckless imprudence resulting in homicide as a result of his participation in a hazing incident. After serving probation, may he be allowed to take his oath as lawyer? Yes, because the Supreme Court may give him the benefit of the doubt upon showing of his righteousness and taking judicial notice of the general tendency of the youth to be rash and uncalculating No, because his conviction is a flaw in his character that cannot be removed by mere faithful compliance with the conditions of his probation No, because the practice of law is a privilege extended only to those who possess the high standards of intellectual and moral qualifications Yes, because the Supreme Court can revisit the judgment of conviction and decide independently whether the person’s act disqualifies him from admission to the barThe following are exceptions to the rule that “only persons admitted to the bar and of good and regular standing may practice law”, except: Person representing a claimant under the cadastral act Person representing another in the RTC where a lawyer is not available Law student under the legal clinic of a school Union representativeMay a lawyer who lost Filipino citizenship still practice law? No, loss of Filipino citizenship ipso jure terminates the privilege to practice law in the Philippines and cannot be regained No, loss of Filipino citizenship ipso facto terminates the privilege to practice law in the Philippines and cannot be regained Yes, loss of Filipino citizenship terminates the privilege to practice law in the Philippines but can be conditionally resumed by authority of the Supreme Court Yes, loss of Filipino citizenship terminates the privilege to practice law in the Philippines but can be automatically resumed upon reacquiring Filipino citizenship by authority of the Supreme Court______________________ is a prima facie evidence of a person’s good moral character for purposes of admission to the bar. Court clearance NBI and police clearance Testimonials of good character from lawyers Clearance from law school________________ refers to solicitation of any kind of legal business by laymen employed by an attorney for the purpose, or by the attorney himself. 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