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Date Published

March 30, 2021


Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles


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Prepare your law practice as the legal profession changes with the introduction of paraprofessionals. The State Bar is considering permitting paraprofessionals to provide legal services, some of which overlaps with work performed by law firms.
Find out how this will impact:
• Role of immigration consultants, Legal Document Assistants, Unlawful Detainer Assistants, paralegals, law school graduates, law students;
• Selection of practice areas that will be permitted for paraprofessionals;
• Types of tasks, by practice area, that paraprofessionals will be permitted to perform;
• Changes to the rules and statutes governing the unauthorized practice of law; and
• Changes to the rules of professional conduct that may be needed for paraprofessionals.

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How will para-professionals affect our practice?
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