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ABA Rule 1:1 for lawyers:
A lawyer shall provide competent representation to a client. Competent representation requires the legal knowledge, skill, thoroughness and preparation reasonably necessary for the representation.
In determining whether a lawyer employs the requisite knowledge and skill in a particular matter, relevant factors include the relative complexity and specialized nature of the matter, the lawyer's general experience, the lawyer's training and experience in the field in question, the preparation and study the lawyer is able to give the matter and whether it is feasible to refer the matter to, or associate or consult with, a lawyer of established competence in the field in question.
A lawyer can provide adequate representation in a wholly novel field through necessary study. Competent representation can also be provided through the association of a lawyer of established competence in the field in question.
In an emergency a lawyer may give advice or assistance in a matter in which the lawyer does not have the skill ordinarily required where referral to or consultation or association with another lawyer would be impractical.....limited to that reasonably necessary in the circumstances,
A lawyer may accept representation where the requisite level of competence can be achieved by reasonable preparation.
CA Lawyer Conduct Rule 1-400
(C) A solicitation shall not be made by or on behalf of a member or law firm to a prospective client with whom the member or law firm has no family or prior professional relationship,
unless the solicitation is protected from abridgment by the Constitution of the United States
or by the Constitution of the State of California.
A solicitation to a former or present client in the discharge of a member's or law firm's professional duties is not prohibited.