U.S. Regulatory Reform Resources Links

California Task Force on Innovation Through Legal Services (ATILS)




Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers (APRL)

The APRL website is populated with many resources related to the Future of Lawyering Committee generally, and the Rule 5.4 Subcommittee in particular.

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