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Steve Crossland, Esq. (Washington)


Linda Odermott (Oregon)

Jennifer Zakrzewski (Connecticut)


Alicia Mitchell-Mercer (North Carolina)

Our members are from the following states and provinces:

Alabama, Alberta, Arizona, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Manitoba, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Ontario, Oregon, Saskatchewan, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin


The Limited License Roundtable was created by Steve Crossland, Esq., in Washington State - home of the first limited licensing program. It is made up of members in Canada and the United States, across every segment of the legal profession, who are committed to advocating for sound regulatory reform and policies that mitigate the access to justice gap. Our goal is to learn about and/or implement innovative solutions such as limited licensing and regulatory sandboxes into the existing legal market. 

Members of The North American Access to Justice Roundtable meet monthly via Zoom or other conference platforms. We encourage open and ongoing discussion and collaboration to solve problems and generate innovative ideas concerning regulatory reform (primarily limited licensing) in the states and provinces we serve.

Please complete the registration form at the bottom of this page to join the Roundtable. A representative from our group will be in contact with you shortly. If you have any questions or wish to be removed from the roundtable directory, please contact Alicia Mitchell-Mercer by emailing

Your information is confidential and is only shared with other group members in our directory.

Member Resources Only

These resources are provided to members only.

Membership Directory

Access the roundtable membership directory to network with people from other jurisdictions and exchange information.

Document Drive

Keep up with our group minutes, presentations, and other documents provided by representatives from various jurisdictions. 

Join Us. Let’s Reason Together

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