RULE 11.7 CONFIDENTIALITY The files and records of the Bar Association, as they may relate to or arise out of any failure of a member of the Association, or other lawyers, to satisfy these continuing legal education requirements, shall be deemed confidential and shall not be disclosed except in furtherance of its duties, or upon request of the lawyer affected, or pursuant to a proper subpoena duces tecum, or as directed by this Court. The records and information contained therein should not be available to any sponsoring organization, including the Continuing Legal Education Department of the Bar Association. In any matter referred to the Supreme Court under these rules, the file, record, briefs, and arguments shall not be subject to this confidentiality rule. [Adopted effective January 1, 1977; amended effective May 14, 1982; May 2, 2000; January 1, 2009.]
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