The California Bar Association commissioned a report, and Bill Henderson delivered. Covering the legal landscape, richly documented and appropriately graphed, Professor Henderson makes a compelling case for regulatory reform, access to justice and loosening the ethical rules around legal professionals not admitted to the bar, including legal technology.
To preview some of the compelling graphs and tables (including the stunning average individual legal fee of less than $200), @associatesmind (Keith Lee) created this Twitter thread.
Keith Lee's Twitter thread was highlighted by the Alabama State Bar. @alabamaStateBar. As the ABA reduce dues to boost membership, and bar exam takers impatiently wait for their results, it is clear the self-regulated legal community is at an inflection point.
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