The long-running and worsening shortage of lawyers in rural areas has challenged the profession’s most prominent minds. A Georgia Supreme Court chief justice and a State Bar of Georgia president targeted the gap in recent years only to find it would not budge. A new idea emerged at the “Eliminating Barriers to Justice” conference held at Georgia State University College of Law Wednesday.

The idea: Teach people to do more without a lawyer.

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