ELC 12.2 METHODS OF SEEKING REVIEW (a) Two Methods for Seeking Review of Board Decisions. The methods for seeking Supreme Court review of Board decisions entered under rule 11.12(e) are: review as a matter of right, called "appeal”, and review with Court permission, called "discretionary review". Both "appeal" and "discretionary review" are called "review". (b) Power of Court Not Affected. This rule does not affect the Court’s power to review any Board decision recommending suspension or disbarment and to exercise its inherent and exclusive jurisdiction over the lawyer discipline and disability system. The Court notifies the respondent lawyer and disciplinary counsel of the Court’s intent to exercise sua sponte review within 90 days of the Court receiving notice of the decision under rule 3.5(a), rule 7.1(h), or otherwise. [Adopted effective October 1, 2002.]
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