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The Time Is Now for CA Lawyers to Voice Their Opinions on Nonlawyer Ownership in Law Firms

Wednesday, May 26th, 2021

Members of the State Bar of California’s Closing the Justice Gap working group are split over how broad to make the state’s trial of regulatory changes. The board of trustees […]

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5 Ways This Election Could Affect Law Firms

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020

The dust has yet to settle on the election, but it’s not too early to identify specific impacts the results could have on law firms and the legal services industry. […]

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Utah and Arizona Moving Forward With Nonlawyer Ownership of Law Firms

Wednesday, September 30th, 2020

As California considers major regulatory changes that would allow non-lawyers to own stakes in law firms, we are closely following updates in Utah, where similar shifts are a step ahead. […]

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CA State Bar Innovation Task Force Takes a Pause

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

As we have previously reported (see posts here and here), a task force assembled by the State Bar of California has encountered significant pushback from the legal community. The Task Force on Access […]

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The Biggest Change to the Legal Profession Lawyers Might Be Missing

Wednesday, December 18th, 2019

The makeup of a task force assembled last year by the State Bar of California is a cause for concern for many of the bar’s members. Created to address potential […]

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