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The legal profession is under pressure. A growing number of Americans who experience legal problems receive no or inadequate legal help. Increasingly, people are representing themselves in court rather than engaging a lawyer. At the same time, lawyers, especially those who represent individuals and small businesses, are struggling financially. This situation is a serious market failure and has been brewing for years.

Some believe attorney regulatory reform could help address the problem. Over the last couple of years, several bar associations and state task forces (including the Chicago Bar Association/Chicago Bar Foundation Task Force on the Sustainable Practice of Law

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