Tipping Points: Aging Attorneys And Underfunded Indigent Legal Services

Robitzek, William D.
March 2013
Maine Bar Journal;Spring2013, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p60
The article focuses on the role played by aging attorneys and their underfunded legal services provided to the Maine State Bar Association (MSBA) and to the justice system. It mentions that under the attorney Anne-Marie Storey's presidency, the board of governors have focused on the formation of Senior Lawyers Section for the MSBA. It analyzes the efforts of the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services (MCILS) to improve the funding status for these matured attorneys.


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