As managing paperwork and business overhead weighs down the legal profession, people struggle to afford access to an attorney and justice, says Business Insider contributor Gary Allen.
As managing paperwork and business overhead weighs down the legal profession, people struggle to afford access to an attorney and justice, says Business Insider contributor Gary Allen. RADsan Getty Images/iStockphoto
As managing paperwork and business overhead weighs down the legal profession, people struggle to afford access to an attorney and justice, says Business Insider contributor Gary Allen. RADsan Getty Images/iStockphoto

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