Legal technicians step in to fight justice gap

Source: Adam Rhodes, Law360

Marya Noyes left her job at Zillow in 2014 looking to make a difference. Law school was too expensive, but she eventually discovered a program in her home state of Washington that would allow her to practice law in a limited capacity — and help people who couldn't afford an attorney.

The program Noyes stumbled across created a class of "limited license legal technicians" to help lower-income people in family law disputes, including divorce and child custody matters.

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