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Wednesday, August 07, 2019

Legal innovation website -- a valuable new resource

The ABA Center for Innovation (whose council I chair) has collected information here about regulatory innovations in legal services delivery.  This includes, but is not limited, to lawyer regulation and various reforms to the Model Rules.  The picture painted is of a large amount of business as usual, with some tantalizing examples of forward-looking reform efforts.

Among other contributions, this legal innovation survey should be of value to legal scholars looking closely at issues of access to justice and the delivery of legal services in the contemporary U.S.  Much more careful research in this space is required and the data provided here is one important step in facilitating such research.

Shout-out to the Open Society Foundation which supported this project financially.

Posted by Dan Rodriguez on August 7, 2019 at 12:10 PM in Daniel Rodriguez | Permalink

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