LEO: Lawyer Referral Services, LE Op. 926
Lawyer Referral Services.
June 11, 1987
It is not improper for an attorney to participate in a lawyer referral service which limits its referrals to a certain number of attorneys in a specific geographic area as long as the limitation does not result in public deception. It is not improper for an attorney to participate in a lawyer referral service that is a profit-making lay organization or corporation. It is not proper for a lawyer referral's advertising or corporate name to indicate a specialty. It is not proper for an attorney to list himself or his firm as a lawyer referral service in the yellow pages when calls to the listed lawyer referral service go directly to the attorney's office. [DR:2-101; DR:2-102; DR:2-103; DR:2-104; LE Op. 910, LE Op. 738]
Committee Opinion June 11, 1987
See also LE Op. 1014. For this opinion being reaffirmed, see LE Op. 1031. See also LE Op. 1175, LE Op. 1195, and LE Op. 1348
LEO: Lawyer Referral Services, LE Op. 926 (1987)