The Arizona Supreme Court has approved changes to the regulation of the practice of law, including scrapping a rule that bars non-lawyer ownership of law firms.
The modifications could “transform the public’s access to legal services,” the court said in a statement on Thursday. The changes, which become effective on Jan. 1, also will allow nonlawyers to provide “limited legal services” to clients.
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