Legal advice is often unaffordable. Here’s how more people can get help: Kourlis and Gorsuch

Arizona and Utah are pioneering ways to expand access to legal services, and we hope other states follow. You shouldn’t have to go it alone in court. Sooner or later, almost all of us face a need for legal advice. Maybe we want a will drafted, find ourselves in a divorce, or disagree with our landlord about a lease.  Property disputes,...

ABA Committees Urge States to Reexamine Law Firm Ownership Rules

Reformers within the American Bar Association want more state-led experiments to open up rules on who can own law firms and provide legal services. The ABA’s Center for Innovation and four standing committees, including one that studies ethics and professional responsibility, have put forth a report and a resolution to the ABA House of Delegates, and are seeking a vote...