Arizona is set to become the first jurisdiction in the United States to allow outside ownership of law firms, after the state’s Supreme Court voted this week to eliminate rules prohibiting fee sharing.

The justices’ move follows on the efforts of a task force, led by Vice Chief Justice Ann A. Scott Timmer, that spent the last two years identifying reforms aimed at reducing the cost of legal services.

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