Justice Gap Demands Look At New Legal Service Models

By Zachariah DeMeola (September 17, 2021, 5:14 PM EDT) -- The year of the sandbox is upon us.

In late June, Florida's Special Committee to Improve the Delivery of Legal Services submitted its final report to the state Supreme Court, recommending that Florida adopt a law practice innovation laboratory program, based on the model for a regulatory sandbox currently being used in Utah.[1]

A few days later, Michael Cherry, chair of Washington state's Practice of Law Board, met with the justices of the Washington Supreme Court to present a blueprint for a legal regulatory sandbox in the state.[2]

In the meantime, North Carolina's Subcommittee to Study Regulatory Reform was working on...

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