Back in September and again in November I reported on Utah's move to allow non-lawyers to provide certain legal services. See here and here.
Today, I want to add that Above the Law is reporting that Utah’s first group of licensed paralegal practitioners has only four members, but state officials expect the program to grow significantly in the years to come. According to the report, Utah Supreme Court Justice Deno Himonas said he anticipates there will be 20 LPPs in two years and 200 in a decade. Go here for more information.