Foreign Legal Consultant
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Before becoming a Foreign Legal Consultant, a lawyer must:
- be admitted to the bar in a foreign jurisdiction,
- have at least three years of experience practicing law in that jurisdiction (one year of which may be spent working in South Korea), and
- show that reciprocity exists with their home jurisdiction, i.e. that a Japanese attorney could become similarly qualified to practice there (this condition is waived for lawyers admitted in WTO member states).
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