RPC 5.8: MISCONDUCT INVOLVING LAWYERS AND LLLTS NOT ACTIVELY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW
(a) A lawyer shall not engage in the practice of law while on inactive status, or while suspended from the practice of law for any cause.
(b) A lawyer shall not engage in any of the following with a lawyer or LLLT who is a disbarred or suspended or who has resigned in lieu of disbarment or discipline or whose license has been revoked or voluntarily cancelled in lieu of discipline:
(1) practice law with or in cooperation with such an individual;
(2) maintain an office for the practice of law in a room or office occupied or used in whole or in part by such an individual;
(3) permit such an individual to use the lawyer's name for the practice of law;
(4) practice law for or on behalf of such an individual; or
(5) practice law under any arrangement or understanding for division of fees or compensation of any kind with such an individual.
[Adopted effective September 1, 2006; amended effective January 1, 2014; April 14, 2015.]
 The provisions of this Rule were taken from former Washington RPC 5.5(d) and (e) (as amended in 2002). [Comment adopted effective September 1, 2006.]
 The prohibitions in paragraph (b) of this Rule apply to suspensions, revocations and voluntary cancellations in lieu of discipline under the disciplinary procedural rules applicable to LLLTs. See LLLT Rules for Enforcement of Conduct (REC). [Comment  adopted effective April 14, 2015.]