to be a paralegal and fill out court forms ?
If you are the lawyer, the specific duties should be described to the State Bar, who will advise you. The details of the services performed, e.g. interviewing clients, will be very important.
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I know of no prohibition against this. The paralegal would, of course, have to be supervised by a licensed attorney.
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To add to the other responses here, you may find this interesting...I know of atleast one disbarred attorney in Kentucky who works as a mediator. Some of the judges frequently appoint him in cases, too.
Many disbarred attorneys find work as paralegals in California and other states.
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