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What about Bar rules governing referral fees?

Refer serves to facilitate, memorialize, and manage referrals strictly between attorneys.

In many jurisdictions, rules allow referring attorneys to create fee sharing arrangements not allowed in consumer-to-attorney referrals. For more information, check the applicable rule for your jurisdiction.

As a neutral third-party platform, we do not attest to the validity of any referral or fee agreement. Attorneys who use the service are responsible for compliance with local rules.

Further information:

Alabama Rule 1.5(e)
Alaska Rule 1.5(e)
Arizona Rule 1.5(e)
Arkansas Rule 1.5 (Comment 7)
California Rule 2-200
Colorado Rule 1.5(e)
Connecticut Rule 1.5(e)
Delaware Rule 1.5
Florida Rule 4-1.5(g)
Georgia Rule 1.5(e)  
Hawaii Rule 1.5(e)
Idaho Rule 1.5(e)
Illinois Rule 1.5(e)
Indiana Rule 1.5(e)
Iowa Rule 32:1.5
Kansas Rule 1.5(g)
Kentucky Rule 3.130(1.5)
Louisiana Rule 1.5(e)
Maine Rule 1.5(e)
Maryland Rule 1.5(e)
Massachusetts Rule 1.5(e)
Michigan Rule 1.5(e)
Minnesota Rule 1.5(e)
Mississippi Rule 1.5(e)
Missouri Rule 4.1-5
Montana Rule 1.5(e)
Nebraska Rule 3-501.5(e)
Nevada Rule 1.5(e)
New Hampshire Rule 1.5(f)
New Jersey Rule 1.5(e)
New Mexico Rule 16-504(a)
New York Rule 7.2
North Carolina Rule 1.5(e)
North Dakota Rule 1.5(e)
Ohio Rule 1.5(e)
Oklahoma  Rule 1.5(e) 
Oregon   Rule 1.5(d); 1.5(e)
Pennsylvania  Rule 1.5(e) 
Rhode Island   Rule 1.5(e) 
South Carolina Rule 1.5(e)
South Dakota Rule 1.5(e)
Tennessee Rule 1.5(e)
Texas Rule 1.04(f); 1.04(g)
Utah Rule 1.5(e)
Vermont Rule 1.5(e)
Virginia Rule 1.5(e); 1.5(f)
Washington Rule 1.5(e)
West Virginia Rule 1.5(e)
Wisconsin Rule 1.5(e)
Wyoming Rule 1.5(e); 1.5(f)
District of Columbia Rule 1.5(e); 1.5(f)

 

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