Rule 6.4. Law Reform Activities Affecting Client Interests.

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A lawyer may serve as a director, officer or member of an organization involved in reform of the law or its administration notwithstanding that the reform may affect the interests of a client of the lawyer. When the lawyer knows that the interests of a client may be materially benefitted by a decision in which the lawyer participates, the lawyer shall disclose that fact but need not identify the client.

Associated Court Rules: 
[Superseded] Arkansas Model Rules of Professional Conduct