As states around the country make greater moves than ever before to redefine who can provide legal services and how, opposition to such changes forced a halt to those plans in the most influential state to consider them.
California’s state bar on Thursday put the brakes on controversial proposals aimed at expanding the availability of legal help in the state, citing “political headwinds.”
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