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Advising customers regarding procedural functions of the court system as it relates to customers’ particular legal matters. • Assisting in selecting particular forms, documents, or pleadings for customers to address their legal matters. In the accompanying discussion, Judge McElligott wrote: In the circumstance in which a person proceeds pro se, the person alone brings knowledge of the law to bear. If the person has none, none can be gained from someone who is not a member of the Bar. The person who proceeds pro se must “practice all the law,” though they can buy and utilize forms.
Let’s take a look at some case decisions that will give you a sense of the approaches different state courts have taken in deciding what constitutes UPL. California. In The People v. Landlords Professional Services,3 a California case involving an eviction service that helped people prepare and file unlawful detainer actions, the court applied a statute that allowed law enforcement officers to shut down businesses that ran afoul of the California UPL law, and held that the service was engaged in the unauthorized practice of law because: 1.
Suddenly, from skyscraper to street corner, there were too many lawyers chasing too few clients—at least those who could pay their bills. The result might have been a legal profession that made a concerted effort to try to make good cheap legal help available to millions of newly poor Americans. In fact, despite lip service to helping widows and orphans, organized lawyerdom did just the opposite, banding together as never before to fix prices by use of a number of anticompetitive devices. These included, most prominently, bar association-mandated minimum fees, “treaties” with other professions, including bankers, accountants, and real estate brokers, designed to respect each other’s service monopolies, and a concerted campaign to eliminate all nonlawyer competition.