Rule 105

Civil Immunity of the Board of Law Examiners, Its Members, Employees and Agents and Entities Providing Information Regarding an Applicant to the Board

(a) The Board of Law Examiners, and its members, employees, and agents are immune from all civil liability for conduct and communications occurring in the performance of their official duties relating to the examination, character and fitness qualification, and licensing of persons seeking to be admitted to the practice of law.

(b) Records, statements of opinion and other information regarding an applicant for admission to the bar communicated by any entity, including any person, firm, or institution, without malice, to the Board of Law Examiners, or to its members, employees or agents are privileged, and civil suits predicated thereon may not be instituted.

Adopted July 9, 1998, imd. effective.