The Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision that non-lawyers who appear before unemployment compensation referees are not practicing law may have raised more uncertainty than it resolved.

While some in the public interest field breathed a sigh of relief that paralegals won’t be locked out of administrative hearings, the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s leadership views the decision as the start of a slippery slope eroding the sanctity of the legal profession.

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