In accordance with AILA Bylaws, any attorney, except those employed by the United States government or by the Labor Department, Employment Service or a like body in any state, territory or subdivision thereof, is eligible to be a Member of this Association if such attorney:
a. at the time of application is in good standing with, and for three years immediately preceding application has not been suspended or disbarred by, any court, mandatory bar association, administrative agency or other disciplinary authority;
b. is licensed to practice law and is a member in good standing of the bar of any state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia or, if not a member of the bar of any state or territory of the United States;
(i) is licensed to practice law and is in good standing in a court of the country in which one resides and is engaged in such practice of law and is engaged in such practice of law; or
(ii) is employed full-time as a law professor at a law school accredited by the American Bar Association and who is eligible for full membership in the American Bar Association but who is not admitted to practice in any state or the District of Columbia; and
c. if engaged in the practice of law, is so engaged in compliance with the law applicable in every place where the attorney maintains an office for the practice of law.