The Utah Experiment: Bringing Nontraditional Legal Services to the Underserved

Published on JD Supra on August 24, 2020

Last week, after a 90-day comment period, the Utah Supreme Court unanimously approved Standing Order 15, which establishes a two-year pilot program[1] designed to alleviate the crisis of unmet legal needs of Utah citizens through innovation and market forces. This initiative was prompted in large part by the significant legal issues confronted by underserved communities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Utah is the first state in the country to test this type of program.

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