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CA may be on track to be the largest state letting nonlawyers with specialty training to offer legal advice in a limited capacity. @StanfordCLP's Jason Solomon states, "I think it would be a very big deal and a signal that this is an idea worth pursuing." https://stanford.io/3m4Fhex

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