§ 84-7.1. Legal clinics of law schools and certain law students and lawyers excepted.
The provisions of G.S. 84-4 through G.S. 84-6 shall not apply to any of the following:
(1) Any law school conducting a legal clinic and receiving as its clientage only those persons unable financially to compensate for legal advice or services rendered and any law student permitted by the North Carolina State Bar to act as a legal intern in such a legal clinic.
(2) Any law student permitted by the North Carolina State Bar to act as a legal intern for a federal, State, or local government agency.
(3) Any lawyer licensed by another state and permitted by the North Carolina State Bar to represent indigent clients on a pro bono basis under the supervision of active members employed by nonprofit corporations qualified to render legal services pursuant to G.S. 84-5.1. This provision does not apply to a lawyer whose license has been suspended or revoked in any state. (2011-336, s. 5.)