One Small Step and a Giant Leap: Comparing Washington, D.C.'s Rule 5.4 with Arizona's Rule 5.4 Abolition
Robert Saavedra Teuton

Innovation & Evolution in the Regulation of Legal Services
Libertas Institute & A2J Ventures (February 2023)

Leveraging Regulatory Reform to Advance Access to Justic
Cayley Balser, Erin Weaver, Gabriela Elizondo-Craig, Tate Richardson, & Stacy Butler (January 2023)

Lawyering in Times of Peril: Legal Empowerment and the Relevance of the Legal Profession
Ariadna M. Godreau-Aubert (December 2022)

Legal Aid Without Lawyers: How Boston’s Nonlawyers Delivered and Shaped Justice for the Poor, 1879–1921
Kelsea A. Jeon (Winter 2022)

Legal Innovation After Reform: Evidence from Regulatory Change
David Freeman Engstrom, Lucy Ricca, Graham Ambrose, & Maddie Walsh (September 27, 2022)

A Framework for Designing and Implementing Legal Regulation
Thomas Clarke & Lucy Ricca (July 2022)

The Overreach of Limits on “Legal Advice”
Lauren Sudeall (January 3, 2022)

Staying Off the Sidelines: Judges as Agents for Justice System Reform
Hon. Bridget M. McCormack (October 24, 2021)

Judges and the Deregulation of the Lawyer's Monopoly
Jessica Steinberg, Anna E. Carpenter, Colleen F. Shanahan, & Alyx Mark (March 9, 2021)

Working With Your Hands Tied Behind Your Back: Non-Lawyer Perspectives on Legal Empowerment
National Center for Access to Justice (NCAJ) (June 2021)

Seconds to Impact?: Regulatory Reform, New Kinds of Legal Services, and Increased Access to Justice
Rebecca L. Sandefur, Thomas M. Clarke, & James Teufel (2021)

Democratizing the Rule of Law
Hon. Deno G. Himonas & Tyler J. Hubbard (June 20, 2020)

Legal Advice from Nonlawyers: Consumer Demand, Provider Quality, and Public Harms
Rebecca L. Sandefur (June 20, 2020)

How Reforming Rule 5.4 Would Benefit Lawyers and Consumers, Promote Innovation, and Increase Access to Justice
Jason Solomon & Deborah L. Rhode (April 2020)

Nonlawyer Navigators in State Courts: An Emerging Consensus
Mary E. McClymont (June 2019)

Cartel Control of Attorney Licensure and the Public Interest
Robert Fellmeth (May 16, 2019)

International Developments and their Impact on U.S. Lawyer Regulation
Laurel S. Terry (April 12, 2019)

A Regulatory Sandbox for the Industry of Law
Jorge Gabriel Jiménez & Margaret Hagan (April 2, 2019)

Evidence-Based Lawyer Regulation
Elizabeth Chambliss (2019)

Legal Services Regulation in Canada: Plus Ça Change?
Noel Semple (Spring 2017)

Access to Affordable Justice: A Challenge to the Bench, Bar, and Academy
Hon. Neil M. Gorsuch (Autumn 2016)

Lawyers’ Professional Independence: Overrated or Undervalued?
Bruce A. Green (February 2, 2016)

Professional Integrity and Professional Regulation: Nonlawyer Practice and Nonlawyer Investment in Law Firms
Deborah L. Rhode (January 1, 2016)

How to Regulate Legal Services to Promote Access, Innovation, and the Quality of Lawyering
Gillian K. Hadfield & Deborah L. Rhode (2016)

Towards the Law of Legal Services
Andrew M. Perlman (February 7, 2015)

When Lawyers Don't Get All the Profits: Non-Lawyer Ownership, Access, and Professionalism
Nick Robinson (August 27, 2014)

Protecting the Profession or the Public? Rethinking Unauthorized-Practice Enforcement
Deborah L. Rhode & Lucy Buford Ricca (May 9, 2014)

Legal Barriers to Innovation: The Growing Economic Cost of Professional Control Over Corporate Legal Markets
Gillian K. Hadfield (March 12, 2008)