(1) An Advocate and Solicitor may give public lectures or participate in seminars, conferences or forums and on such occasions he shall not say or do anything or cause anything to be done which will reasonably give rise, in the opinion of the Bar Council, to an inference that he is attempting, through the public lecture, seminar, conference or forum to publicize his practice or the practice of his firm in a manner inconsistent with these Rules.
(2) Any paper presented by an Advocate and Solicitor at any public lecture, seminar, conference or forum under subrule (1) may-
(a) be reproduced and distributed to the participants at the public lecture, seminar, conference or forum; or
(b) be distributed in accordance with rule 12 or 13,
but the paper shall not contain any information pertaining to the Advocate and Solicitor or his firm, except approved information.