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Last week, the American Bar Association issued its Formal Opinion No. 495 on Lawyers Working Remotely, which endorses the position that attorneys can remotely practice law in a jurisdiction in which they are licensed, while they are located in a different jurisdiction. Attorneys should not however publicly represent that they have an office where they are located while they practice remotely. Jurisdictional limitations should be listed on a firm's web site, and an address should not be given in the location where the attorney is not licensed.