As a growing number of states mull allowing nonlawyers to take ownership stakes in law firms, Washington, D.C., is ahead of the curve.

The nation’s capital is already the sole U.S. jurisdiction to allow lawyers to partner with nonlawyers. While these partnerships are subject to certain limitations, a D.C. bar committee announced Thursday that it would look into an even less restrictive model.

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