The public properly expects that lawyers, in the practice of the law, will maintain throughout their careers certain standards of professional competence and ethical behavior. These regulations prescribe the standards for the implementation of the Orders of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania of January 7, 1992, July 1, 1992, August 21, 1992, November 29, 1993, February 1, 1994, June 22, 1994, March 7, 1995 and September 17, 1996, promulgating the Pennsylvania Rules for Continuing Legal Education and mandating continuing legal education requirements for Pennsylvania lawyers. These regulations have been amended several times. As of here and now, the following regulations are in effect.
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