CH02 - Chapter Two Chapter Unauthorized Practice of Law In this chapter you will learn about The history of the unauthorized practice of law

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Chapter Two Chapter Two Unauthorized Practice of Law Unauthorized Practice of Law In this chapter, you will learn about: The history of the unauthorized practice of law Definitions of practice of law The attorney’s ethical responsibility to prevent the unauthorized practice of law and to supervise paralegals Key areas of concern to paralegals in the unauthorized practice of law
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UPL UPL UPL : Unauthorized Practice of Law
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Factors Creating Need for Factors Creating Need for Nonlawyer Legal Services Nonlawyer Legal Services Providers Providers The decrease in funding for the legal services corporation that formerly supplied legal services to people of low and moderate income The increase in the need for legal services, due to the proliferation and complexity of laws The rising cost of legal services provided by lawyers
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Pro Hac Vice Pro Hac Vice Special rules that allow a lawyer to represent a client in a state court in a state where the lawyer is not licensed to practice
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PARA 088 taught by Professor Poe during the Winter '08 term at DeAnza College.

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CH02 - Chapter Two Chapter Unauthorized Practice of Law In this chapter you will learn about The history of the unauthorized practice of law

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