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District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

IN RE:  CHARLES M. JAMES, III, Petitioner.  Bar Registration

No. 11–BG–1387

    Decided: February 02, 2012


BEFORE:  Glickman and Easterly, Associate Judges, and Farrell, Senior Judge.

On consideration of Bar Counsel's report regarding petitioner's petition for reinstatement, the petition for reinstatement, and it appearing that petitioner filed his D.C. Bar R. XI, § 14


affidavit on March 22, 2006 and therefore is eligible to file the petition for reinstatement, it is

ORDERED that petitioner's petition for reinstatement is granted;  however, reinstatement is subject to the following condition, which we add pursuant to our authority under D.C. Bar R. XI § 16


:  petitioner must, prior to reentry into private practice in the District of Columbia, consult with the District of Columbia Bar's Practice Management Advisory Service and establish a system to segregate client funds.   Petitioner shall execute any necessary waivers of confidentiality required for Bar Counsel to obtain information on petitioner's compliance with this condition.   It is

FURTHER ORDERED that Charles M. James III, Esquire is hereby reinstated to the Bar of the District of Columbia subject to the condition outlined above.   Failure to fully comply with the above condition may result in revocation of this reinstatement order.   See D.C. Bar R. XI § 16




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