A STAFF ATTORNEY OR LAW CLERK MAY ENGAGE IN ACTIVITIES TO IMPROVE THE LAW, THE LEGAL SYSTEM, AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
A staff attorney or law clerk, subject to the proper performance of his official duties, may engage in the following quasi-official activities:
A. He may speak, write, lecture, teach, and participate in other activities concerning the law, the legal system, court administration, and the administration of justice.
B. He may serve as a member, officer, or director of an organization or governmental agency devoted to the improvement of the law, the legal system, or the administration of justice, but should not participate in fund-raising activities for such an organization or agency.
C. He may promote the development of professional organizations and foster the interchange of technical information and experience with others in his profession. He may make himself available to the public at large for speaking engagements and public appearances designed to enhance the public's knowledge of the operation of the court system.