Limited-Scope Representation Program Off to a Cautious Start

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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It's been nearly six months since the state launched a pilot program that allows lawyers to handle portions of family law cases and then bow out. And while state court officials say it's too soon to pass judgment on the success of the limited-scope representation initiative, private practice lawyers and legal aid leaders are weighing in with observations about the program and thoughts about making it better.

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