Rule change for law firm ownership puts Arizona at ‘forefront of legal innovation,’ says Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group

By Andy Blye | Phoenix Business Journal

At the start of the year, rule changes took effect that have the potential to drastically reshape the delivery of legal services in Arizona.

Changes in the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration include adjustments in how lawyers can advertise their services, the creation of a new class of “legal paraprofessional” nonlawyers who can practice law in limited settings and lifted ownership restrictions for law firms.

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“We have been a supporter of this potential change for the last decade as it allows for innovation and the ability to help more people who are in need of assistance, but who may not be able to afford it right now. I’m very excited to have Arizona at the forefront of innovation in the American Legal System.”

Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group Founder and President