On Easter Sunday, my husband woke me at 4 a.m. because his eyes were red and his vision clouded. Although it was painful, it was not an emergency-room situation, so we waited until the urgent care center opened. There, he was seen by a physician’s assistant who was more than capable of diagnosing his condition and providing a remedy—all without a doctor present.
Yet, as I mentioned last time, the Utah Supreme Court Task Force to Examine Limited Legal Licensing states that much like how only doctors provide medical services, lawyers are the only ones who should provide legal advice. It’s simply not the case now or the way of the future.