The Overreach of Limits on "Legal Advice"
Yale Law Journal Forum
Nonlawyers, including court personnel, are typically prohibited from providing legal advice. But definitions of “legal advice” are unnecessarily broad, creating confusion, disadvantaging self-represented litigants, and possibly raising due-process concerns. This Essay argues for a narrower, more explicit definition of legal advice that advances, rather than undercuts, access to justice.
Lauren Sudeall, The Overreach of Limits on "Legal Advice" , 131 Yale L.J. Forum 637 (2022)
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