Unbundled legal services, also called limited-scope representation, has gained traction in recent years as a way to increase access to justice and reduce the cost of legal services. On Oct. 26 and 27 in Denver, a national conference will be held with the goal of encouraging further use of unbundling.

The conference, “Better Access through Unbundling: From Ideation to Implementation,” will assemble national experts and state leaders in an effort to advance the creation of strategic plans to broaden limited scope representation throughout the states.

The conference is sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services and the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System and will be held at the University of Denver.

Among topics slated to be covered:

  • The role of unbundling in the justice ecosystem.
  • Perspectives of practitioners.
  • Best practices of state and local entities that are encouraging unbundling.
  • Collaborative opportunities to expand unbundling.
  • The role of technology to use unbundling to change the delivery of legal services.

Details about the conference and registration information can be found here.

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