Access to Justice: A New Regulatory Approach to the Virtual Legal Marketplace?
Oregon is addressing an access to justice problem with regulatory rule changes that embrace the virtual legal marketplace, including providers like Avvo. Other states have gone the opposite direction, issuing ethics opinions prohibiting such engagement. Wisconsin has not yet issued a formal position via ethics opinion or otherwise.
The End of DACA and How It Affects Individuals
A federal program that protects certain undocumented youth from deportation is in the process of winding down. Immigration attorney Raluca Vais-Ottosen explains how the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) will impact individuals.
'Stay Steady': The State of Health Law 2017
The health care industry is undergoing massive changes, regardless of the politics in Washington, D.C. And whether efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act are ultimately successful, there are some key trends that won’t likely change in the industry, says David Cade, CEO of the American Health Lawyers Association.
Hearing Order 17-04: Bar Dues
Hearing Order 17-04: Repeal and Replace SCR 10.03(5)(b) with SCR 10.03(5)(b)-(e) and to Amend SCR 10.03(6) Regarding State Bar Dues