The American Bar Association Annual Meeting took place in San Francisco this past August, and as part of its proceedings, the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services issued its final report. The Commission began its work in 2014, and its report “studied traditional and evolving delivery models for legal services, scrutinized the strengths and weaknesses of the profession and justice system that impact the delivery of legal services, and developed recommendations for ensuring that the next generation of legal services more effectively meets the public’s needs.”
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