Unbundling Resource Center

Unbundling, or limited scope representation, is an alternative to traditional, full-service representation. Instead of handling every task in a matter from start to finish, the lawyer handles only certain parts and the client remains responsible for the others. It is like an à la carte menu for legal services, where:


  • Clients get just the advice and services they need and therefore pay a more affordable overall fee;
  • Lawyers expand their client base by reaching those who cannot afford full-service representation but have the means for some services; and
  • Courts benefit from greater efficiency when otherwise self-represented litigants receive some counsel.

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Unbundling Conference 

October 26-27  | Denver, CO


The Delivery Committee is partnering with the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) to host "Better Access through Unbundling, From Ideation to Implementation" October 26-27 in Denver. There, national authorities will lay the foundation for the creation of strategic plans for a broader implementation of unbundled legal services. Register now!

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