Within 30 days after final action of the Board on Attorney Certification with respect to an application for certification, recertification, or termination of certification, an aggrieved member of the bar may seek review thereof by serving on the Secretary of the Board a notice of petition for review and by filing the original notice with the Clerk of the Supreme Court. The notice shall set forth the petitioner's name and address and, if he or she is represented, the name and address of counsel. The notice shall designate the action of the Board sought to be reviewed and shall concisely state the manner in which the petitioner is aggrieved. It shall be accompanied by the required filing fee. Thereafter, deposit for costs, filings and proceedings shall be as set forth in R. 1:19-8, Petition for Review, except that the record on review shall be the Board's entire file with respect to the applicant or respondent as to whom review is sought.
The applicant shall not have access to the materials in the file submitted by another person.
Note: Adopted January 26, 1979, as Rule 1:39-10 to be effective April 1, 1979; amended and redesignated Rule 1:39-9 May 15, 1980 to be effective September 8, 1980; amended November 2, 1987 to be effective January 1, 1988; amended July 13, 1994 to be effective September 1, 1994; amended June 28, 1996, to be effective September 1, 1996; amended July 5, 2000 to be.Back