Do students have to be in “good standing” to take E-Clinic?

Due to N.C. State Bar rules, yes.  The managing attorney of the E-Clinic must be able to certify that a student is “of good character with requisite legal ability and training to perform as a legal intern,” and that the student has not been suspended from the law school, and that the student would be “in good standing” for purposes of the student practice rule, regardless of the fact that the student is currently on academic probation.

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