America has a justice problem—most ordinary Americans are unable to access legal services. This issue is amplified by the paradox of self regulation in the industry of law.
•Regulatory sandboxes are controlled environments that allow innovative new regulatory approaches to be tried and their effects to be observed. Regulations may be altered in light of information gained from observing the effects of new regulations in the regulatory sandbox.
•A regulatory sandbox was established by the Utah Supreme Court in 2018. Utah also eliminated the rule about non-lawyers co owning legal practices.
•Utah's regulatory sandbox has a ratio of one harm related complaint per 2,119 services provided. The success of the Utah sandbox has positive implications for the efficacy of sandboxes in application to the crisis of the justice gap.
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