The ABA's decision to reject MDPs might be seen as the point when the ABA walked away from deciding the direction of the legal profession, says Tony Williams. But he adds that MDPs are inevitable and here to stay
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Last week’s decision by the American Bar Association’s (ABA’s) House of Delegates to reject the Commission on multi-disciplinary practices’ (MDPs’) recommendation to allow MDPs could be regarded in the future as the point when the ABA chose to walk away from deciding the direction of the US legal profession.
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