Legal Paraprofessional Program


In the report and recommendations of the Task Force on the Delivery of Legal Services, a Legal Paraprofessional (LP) was called a Limited License Legal Provider (LLLP). The rules adopted by the Court renamed these providers. An LP is a professional with specific education and experience who is licensed to provide legal services in limited practice areas. This professional is often compared to a nurse practitioner in the medical field.


News Release:

Arizona Supreme Court Leads Nation in Tackling Access to Justice Gap with New Tier of Legal Services Providers


 


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