Access to Justice requires competent professionals providing service. More is not better. Lawyers need to be provided with the opportunity to practice well and the LSO has a duty to ensure that the justice accessed is useful and competently provided. A “race to the bottom” as is sometimes seen in the USA to flood the field with lawyers, or even paralegals, does not provide access to real justice. The duty of the LSO is to help lawyers to make their services more affordable through initiatives like better allowing unbundled services, being a loud voice in ensuring a well funded legal aid system and leveraging our County and District Law Libraries to help lawyers provide well researched opinions at a better cost.