This Article will explore the development of multijurisdictional practice in the United States and abroad. Part III will discuss the positions taken by various participants in the current debate on multijurisdictional practice. Part IV will examine the actions of the American Bar Association House of Delegates in August 2002 and the implications of those actions for lawyers. Part V will conclude that MJP reform is critical to the future of the legal profession in the United States as a fundamental tool for American business to remain competitive in the globalized marketplace for goods and services.
Gary A. Munneke, Multijurisdictional Practice of Law: Recent Developments in the National Debate, 27 J. Legal Prof. 91 (2003), available at http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/344/.