(1) An Advocate and Solicitor may produce for distribution a journal, magazine or newsletter relating to the practice of his firm, but such publication must contain only-
(a) approved information;
(b) law notes; or
(c) legal articles.
(2) The Advocate and Solicitor may distribute the journal, magazine or newsletter referred to in subrule (1) only to-
(a) his employees or any other Advocate and Solicitor practising in his firm;
(b) any person who is his or his firm's client;
(c) any person making unsolicited and bona fide enquiries in relation to the professional services provided by him or his firm; or
(d) any person with whom he has or may have professional dealings provided that the distribution be done discreetly and in a manner which is befitting the dignity of the legal profession. [Subs. P.U.(A) 176/2009]
(3) No journal, magazine or newsletter relating to the practice of an Advocate and Solicitor or his firm shall be put on display except within the premises of that firm.
(4) An Advocate and Solicitor who has produced and distributed a journal, magazine or newsletter under subrule (1) shall cause a copy of the journal, magazine or newsletter to be kept at his principal place of business for a period of a least 12 months from the date of its publication, and shall, upon being requested to do so by the Bar Council, produce a copy of the journal, magazine or newsletter to the Bar Council for inspection within the time as specified by the Bar Council.