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(a) In any formal proceeding in which pleadings are filed, a party may appear before the commission and be represented by
(1) attorneys at law admitted to practice in Alaska;
(2) attorneys at law qualified and entitled to practice before the highest court of record of any other state;
(3) himself or herself;
(4) a co-partner of a partnership;
(5) an officer, or full-time employee, of a corporation;
(6) bona fide officer, or full-time employee of an unincorporated association;
(7) a duly authorized officer, agent or employee of a political subdivision; or
(8) any persons who can satisfy the commission that they possess the qualifications necessary to enable them to render valuable service before the commission, and that they are otherwise competent to advise and assist in the presentation of matters before the commission.
(b) An attorney may be permitted to withdraw from a proceeding before the commission under the conditions and in the manner prescribed in Alaska Rule of Civil Procedure 81 for the withdrawal of an attorney from a superior court proceeding.
(c) The commission may disqualify, and deny, temporarily or permanently, the privilege of appearing or practicing before it in any way, to any individual who is found by the commission, after hearing, either to be lacking in the requisite qualifications to represent others or in character or integrity or to have engaged in unethical or improper professional conduct.
History: Eff. 1/13/73, Register 44; am 6/29/84, Register 90
Authority: AS 42.05.141
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