This Week In Legal Tech: ABA Future Panel Calls For Broad Changes In Legal Services
After two years of studying the delivery of legal services in the United States, the American Bar Association’s Commission on the Future of Legal Services delivered its final report Saturday, finding that 80 percent of poor and moderate-income people do not receive the legal help they need and recommending broad measures for improving how legal services are delivered and accessed.
The Report on the Future of Legal Services in the United States provides a frank, thorough and frequently bleak assessment of the state of legal services and the legal profession’s complicity in inhibiting innovation, while also heralding the promise of emerging delivery models and technologies to bring about change.
Full Report on the Future of Legal Services in the United States (American Bar Association)
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