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How law schools can build a pipeline of 21st century attorneys poised to address the access gap

Approximately 80% of low-income individuals cannot afford civil legal services, and the middle class can only afford to just 40% to 60% of their legal needs.

This access-to-justice (ATJ) gap has remained stubbornly consistent over the last few years and law schools have a significant role to play to address the problem, says Joe Regalia, a law professor at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas and co-founder of write.law. Regalia’s company helps legal professionals to become better legal writers and offers its tools at no cost to law students.

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