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First Utah, now Arizona. State bar associations are changing their rules to allow for people without a law license to own law firms—a move that is sure to have ripple effects across the legal industry if adopted widely.

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Dylan Jackson

Dylan Jackson writes about the business of law and diversity. He can be reached at [email protected] or 305-347-6677. On Twitter @DylanBJackson

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