The excitement derived from explorations of new formulations of existing legal practice and of entirely new ways to open the system to the public. At the conference we examined a new wave of experimentation in the legal field, much of it driven by changes in information technology and consumer demands and preferences for problem solving. The challenge derived from the re-thinking required by the entire legal system and the potential for positive change.
Defining Unbundled Legal Services
Unbundled legal services can also be described as discrete task representation. An attorney who provides a specific service to a client (who is otherwise handling an action pro se) is providing one service out of the possible range of bundled services, otherwise referred to as full representation. Some observers note that this type of service has always been part of the practice of law, although usually in the context of a relationship with an existing client.