Paula Littlewood joined the WSBA staff as deputy director in 2003 and served as its executive director from 2007...
Lyle Moran is a legal affairs writer for the ABA Journal. The San Diego-based journalist previously reported for the...
Supporters of broad reforms to how the legal profession is regulated must do a better job drawing the public into ongoing conversations in several states about such issues, says Paula Littlewood, the former longtime executive director of the Washington State Bar Association. “We need to break outside what I call the echo chamber of the profession and really start bringing the consumer and the public to the table to understand what changes could really enhance their ability to access legal services,” Littlewood tells the ABA Journal’s Lyle Moran in this episode of the Legal Rebels Podcast. “If you talk to a family member, you talk to a taxi driver and you explain the concept of a limited license legal technician, I can guarantee you that nine times out of 10 the answer is, ‘Well, that totally makes sense.'”
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|Published:||July 15, 2020|
|Podcast:||ABA Journal: Legal Rebels|
In depth interviews with innovative pioneers in the legal profession.
Paula Littlewood discusses the ongoing lawyer re-regulation efforts across the country and Washington State's pioneering limited license legal technician program.
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