... It is worth noting that sometimes an out-of-state attorney will be involved in an "of counsel" relationship with an in-state attorney. For example, a local Massachusetts attorney might be very proficient with Massachusetts election law, but decide to bring in a law firm from the Washington, D.C. area (which includes Northern Virginia) that specializes in Federal election law.
As it happens, the Olson law firm has been retained by the Paul campaign to help resolve the "parking lot delegation" situation in Oklahoma (which probably explains why the poster to which you were responding would link there); they are likely to be a good resource, especially if they become "of counsel" to a competent local Massachusetts attorney. You were sharp to notice, however, that the firm itself was not in Massachusetts. Thank you!
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