Ann Scott Timmer on Arizona’s Legal Services Reform
Last August, the Arizona Supreme Court acted on recommendations from its task force, titled “Delivery of Legal Services for the Arizona Supreme Court,” calling for fundamental changes in the regulation of legal services. In its press release announcing the order, the court stated it is making “far-reaching changes that could transform the public’s access to legal services.”
Ann A. Scott Timmer of the Arizona Supreme Court chaired the task force. In a recent LawNext podcast episode, Timmer discusses why the court's task force recommended fundamental changes in the regulation of legal services, the court’s reasoning in adopting them, the status of their implementation, and the implications for access to justice. Listen to the episode here.
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