16-18-2.4 Consent and approval for appearance by legal intern or extern--Authority for appearance in...
     16-18-2.4.   Consent and approval for appearance by legal intern or extern--Authority for appearance in civil and criminal matters. A legal intern or extern may appear and participate in any proceeding in any court or before any administrative agency in this state on behalf of any person in the following matters and under the following circumstances:
             (1)      In any civil matter. In such matters a supervising lawyer shall certify to the court or the administrative agency, orally or in writing, that the client has consented to the appearance of the legal intern or extern. A supervising lawyer is required to be personally present in court or before the administrative agency at each appearance by a legal intern.
             (2)      In any criminal or quasi-criminal matter, and whether the defendant does or does not have the right to the assignment of counsel under any constitutional provision, statute, or rule of the Supreme Court of this state or of the United States. In such matters the client shall consent in writing and a supervising lawyer shall approve in writing the appearance by the legal intern or extern and the supervising lawyer shall be personally present throughout the proceedings.

Source: Supreme Court Order No. 3, 1969; Supreme Court Rule 75-4, § 3; SL 2011, ch 242 (Supreme Court Rule 10-18), eff. July 1, 2011; SL 2011, ch 252 (Supreme Court Rule 11-09), eff. July 1, 2011.