California Task Force on Innovation Through Legal Services (ATILS)
- ATILS List of Tentative Regulations
- ATILS-Board of Trustees Agenda Item of July 11, 2019: Tentative recommendations and commentary in support of seeking public comment.
- Administrative Order of Supreme Court establishing Task Force on Delivery of Legal Services
- Legal Services Task Force Website
- The Utah Supreme Court created a working group to make recommendations on optimizing the regulatory structure around the delivery of legal services.
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.
Do lawyer ethics rules prohibit innovation in the delivery of legal services and contribute to the access to justice gap? Yes, according to a task force on lawyer regulation formed last summer by the California State Bar’s Board of Trustees….
Change doesn’t come rapidly in law. That’s a good thing. The rule of law is predicated on predictability and consistency with precedent. However, if the rapid pace of change in technology and globalization leaves law behind and out of the…
The Utah Supreme Court has quickly moved ahead on regulatory reform. On Wednesday, August 28, the Court unanimously approved a work group report that lays out recommendations for narrowing the access to justice gap by reimagining lawyer regulation. The report…
The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice (ATJ Commission) and the Administrative Office of the Illinois Court (AOIC) are looking to improve the resources and programs available for self-represented litigants (SLRs). As such, the organizations are hoping to…