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Regulatory Change in the Practice of Law

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Date Published

February 12, 2021


Mecklenburg County Bar


Ethics, State Bar & Court Updates


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In recent years, several state bars have formed task forces and commissioned studies to find creative ways to encourage innovation in the practice of law and increase the public's access to legal services. While many of these initiatives began before the pandemic, the impacts of COVID-19 have seemingly accelerated action, with states such as Arizona and Utah approving plans for significant modifications to the Rules of Professional Conduct and allowing experimentation with alternative business models through a regulatory sandbox. This panel includes legal professionals participating in the North Carolina State Bar's committee studying regulatory change and provides an update on these important issues.

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Jeffrey M. Kelly
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, Raleigh

Brian P.D. Oten
North Carolina State Bar, Raleigh

Camille Stell
Director of Client Services - Lawyers Mutual Liability Insurance Company of N.C.

Camille Stell serves as President of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services. Camille is a frequent author and speaker on... Read More

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