16-18-2.3 Certification of legal intern or extern by law school dean--Filing--Effective period--With...
     16-18-2.3.   Certification of legal intern or extern by law school dean--Filing--Effective period--Withdrawal by dean or termination by Supreme Court. The certification pursuant to § 16-18-2.2 by the law school dean of a law student to become and perform as a legal intern or extern:
             (1)      Shall be filed with the clerk of the Supreme Court and the secretary of the Board of Bar Examiners and, unless it is sooner withdrawn, it shall remain in effect until the expiration of the term fixed by the certificate of the dean, or until the announcement by the Board of Bar Examiners of this state of the results of the first bar examination following the student's graduation, whichever is earlier. Provided, that as to any student who passes such examination, the certification shall continue in effect until the date he or she is admitted to practice law pursuant to § 16-16-17; but such continuation shall not exceed three months. However, any student who fails such examination on the first occasion may apply to the dean of such law school and obtain, upon a showing of good cause in good faith, an extension certificate until the results of the next bar examination are announced. The Board of Bar Examiners announces the results of the bar examination by letter to the student informing him or her that s/he passed or failed the examination.
             (2)      May be withdrawn by the dean at any time by mailing a notice to that effect to the secretary of the Board of Bar Examiners and the clerk of the Supreme Court, which shall be filed by the clerk. Such withdrawal may be without notice or hearing and without any showing of cause.
             (3)      May be terminated by the Supreme Court at any time without notice or hearing and without any showing of cause. Notice of termination shall be filed with the clerk of the court and the secretary of the Board of Bar Examiners.
             (4)      May be terminated by the Board of Bar Examiners at any time without notice of hearing and without any showing of cause. Notice of termination shall be filed with the clerk of the Supreme Court.

Source: Supreme Court Order No. 3, 1969; Supreme Court Rule 75-4, § 2; Supreme Court Rule 89-14; SL 2011, ch 241 (Supreme Court Rule 10-17), eff. July 1, 2011; SL 2011, ch 251 (Supreme Court Rule 11-08), eff. July 1, 2011.