Conference explores opportunities in limited scope representation

Access to Justice Commission hopes to encourage lawyers to offer 'unbundled' legal services

Attorneys have historically been hesitant to engage in limited scope representation — pay-for-service work in which an attorney assists with a particular aspect of a case, such as drafting a complaint, rather than taking on comprehensive representation of the client — in part due to uncertainties about the ethical ramifications of this type of work. But ...

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