The Court's news service this morning relates that military attorneys seeking this status will need to file an application,certificates of good standing and admission, and provide an affidavit from their commanding officer with the Office of Attorney Services. They also will need to meet all the requirements governing the practice of law in Ohio, including continuing legal education requirements.
Applicants would also have to meet the following criteria:
•be admitted to practice in at least one other U.S. jurisdiction
•be employed by, serving in, or assigned to the armed forces at an Ohio military installation
•and be authorized to provide legal assistance pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 1044.