Imagine a society where a free lawyer, paid for by the government, is available to anyone who needs one. Laws could require a set fee be paid to attorneys for services, regardless of years of experience. Perhaps you could even have lawyers assigned by lottery. Why should only the wealthy be able to get the absolute best representation. All lawyers could be government employees, paid on a federal pay scale, starting at $50k and topping out at $125k or so, reducing the costs of civil lawsuits immeasurably.
Along with that could be capped levels for judgments, and since all attorneys would work for the same employer there would be no need for legal fees or a percentage off the top for any judgments.
Of course the problem we run into here is Congress and Senate are chock full of lawyers, and they aren't about to crap on their gravy train. They don't seem to have any problem crapping on everyone else's though.