The Brookings Instution argues that deregulation of the practice of law would invigorate the field and spur innovation. This pieces by Clifford Winston and Robert W. Crandall points out that the current occupational licensing requirements harm both new lawyers looking for employment and consumers looking for affordable legal services. The authors also note that deregulation has revived a number of industries, including airlines and telephone companies.
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