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Posted on: Mar 29, 2016

In a forthcoming law review article, Professor Brescia examines whether a sharing economy approach is a viable model for the delivery of legal services by tapping into the latent legal market and improving access to justice, as well as lawyer job satisfaction and employment opportunities.

Brescia, Raymond H., Uber for Lawyers: The Transformative Potential of a Sharing Economy Approach to the Delivery of Legal Services (March 25, 2016). Buffalo Law Review, Vol. 64, Forthcoming . Available at SSRN:

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