02-03 One law firm attorney may engage in lobbying activities on specific and
particular issues before the state legislature on behalf of the firm's clients while a second attorney in the same firm serves as an elected member of the legislature if the lawyer-legislator does not participate in any aspect of legislation as to which the lawyer-lobbyist is representing the interests of the firm's clients.
86-06 There is no ethical reason why a City Grand Juror cannot prosecute criminal cases against defendants represented by a Defense Attorney who also holds the office of City Alderman.
83-05 A lawyer who was a selectman may not accept private employment to attack the va1idity of an ordinance adopted while the lawyer was a selectman, but can accept private employment on a case involving the correct interpretation of the ordinance.
82-05 Members of law firm of lawyer-legislator representing private clients before the legislature or a legislative committee
76-12 Lawyer legislator representing clients before state agencies