The purpose of this talk is to set a framework for the discussions on the four panels. I will begin by discussing what has happened in the 104th Congress, describe what can and cannot be done under the restrictions imposed by that Congress, and then frame the context for the later discussions.
Matthew Diller and Alan W. Houseman,
The Future of Legal Services: Legal and Ethical Implications of the LSC Restrictions - Address: Interpretations of LSC Restrictions,
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