Watch: SLF’s Braden Boucek participates in panel discussion on legal licensing reform

(April 2, 2024): Braden Boucek, Vice President of Litigation for SLF, participated in a Federalist Society panel discussion that addressed some of the key reforms needed in the practice of law. Boucek and his co-panelists emphasized the need to make representation more affordable for everyday Americans so that every individual has access to courts of law, such as adopting universal licensure, which would allow attorneys licensed to practice law in one state to practice law in all states. The panel builds on a recent paper Boucek and other attorneys wrote as part of the Federalist Society Regulatory Transparency Project.

Following the discussion, Boucek stated, “There’s shared agreement across the ideological spectrum for the legal profession to keep apace with the realities of the legal practice. By bringing the rules that govern the practice of law into the 21st Century, we can ensure equal opportunities for rising generations and more affordable legal services for the general public.”

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