The biggest problem with online discussion of legal matters is that the rules and laws surrounding the practice of law haven't really caught up to the modern age of open communication technologies. They're still rooted in a person-to-person paradigm that is intensely conservative. Thus, the people who are most knowledgeable about the law -- those licensed to practice law -- are disincentivized to participate in online discussions about specific legal issues or fact patterns, for fear that they might be found to have "given legal advice" and inadvertently created an attorney-client relationship with a reader, opening them up to bar sanctions or even criminal charges. Similarly, people who post opinions on the law open themselves up to potential criminal charges, if it can be shown that they were putting themselves out as a legal expert or providing legal advice to people without a license to practice law in a particular jurisdiction.

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