Wednesday, June 26, 2013

NYC Bar recommends non-lawyers should be able to practice law

We've recently discussed the growing issue of cracks in the legal guild structure.  Now out of our home state of New York comes a report that may well mark the true beginning of what could become a major shift in the market, namely that the NYC Bar Association has essentially recommended that the state begin to allow non-lawyers to serve as advocates in court and give advice to clients.

The smart lawyer will understanding change and adopt.  We can help.

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