Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law

The Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law of the Supreme Court of Ohio is established by Rule VII of the Supreme Court Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio and consists of 13 members who are appointed to a three-year term by the Supreme Court. The Board conducts hearings, preserves the record, and makes findings and recommendations to the Supreme Court in cases involving the alleged unauthorized practice of law.

The Board is also authorized to issue informal nonbinding advisory opinions on matters concerning the unauthorized practice of law.

Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law FAQ

Final Reports of the Board issued pursuant to Gov. Bar R. VII § 7

Settlement Agreements Approved Pursuant to Gov. Bar R. VII § 5b

Decisions of the Supreme Court
(Issued since 1995 pursuant to Gov. Bar R. VII, § 19(D))

Board Roster

Resources

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