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Access to Justice

Three Innovations for Small Law Firms

Three Questions About Small Law Firms and Innovation

What are the most innovative lawyers up to? Dan Lear shares what he learned at the 2018 Clio Cloud Conference.

Dan Lear - October 9, 2018

Sarah G. Kieny: Law Nights’ Support for Single Parents

Mary Juetten interviews Sarah Kierny, a Denver lawyer working to expand "Law Nights" — a volunteer program that offers access to legal services to disadvantaged single parents who are transitioning to self-support.

Mary Juetten - September 26, 2018
Nothing But the Ruth by Ruth Carter

Running a Modern Law Firm: Interview with Billie Tarascio

Billie Tarascio is one of those lawyers who I love to watch to see what she’s doing next.

Ruth Carter - September 12, 2018
Wayne Hassay

Wayne Hassay: Embracing Legal Services Plans Is Good for Lawyers, Good for Access to Justice

Q&A with Mary Juetten and Wayne Hassay: Steady income from high-volume, affordable legal services is fuel for this midsize law firm's growth.

Mary Juetten - August 21, 2018

Using Tech to Expand the Pro Bono Provider Pie

When the phrase “legal tech” comes to mind, it's usually associated with the tools that propel law firm operations, or even automating tasks otherwise performed by lawyers to reduce corporate legal spend. But what if legal tech ultimately shines ...

Susan Kostal - July 19, 2018
TALS A2J Q&A with Ann Pruitt

Ann Pruitt of TALS: Promoting Legal Wellness Via Technology

In Attorney at Work's A2J Q&A series, Mary Juetten introduces the inspiring people behind innovative programs and initiatives. In this interview, she asks Ann Jarvis Pruitt, Executive Director of the Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, about ...

Mary Juetten - July 13, 2018

Five Ways to Support Diverse Legal Tech Entrepreneurs

In recent years, a frustrating paradox has emerged: Far more legal technology is being built than ever before, yet somehow the justice gap in America keeps widening. A whopping 86 percent of low-income individuals who need legal help in the U.S. ...

Kristen Sonday - May 18, 2018
rural

Urban Lawyers, Rural Clients: Tech Considerations

Most legal professionals would agree that the profession is saturated. With so many lawyers out there, there is heavy competition for clients. But as I wrote about in "Representing Rural Clients from a Big-City Office," this is not the case in ...

Nika Kabiri - October 26, 2017
legal insurance

State of the Group Legal Services Industry: Things to Know

Earlier this year, I attended the Group Legal Services Association annual meeting in Arizona. The highlight was the spirited "State of the Industry" panel. While the panel reported that the industry isn't yet seeing change at a disruptive rate, ...

Mary Juetten - August 3, 2017
incubators

Legal Incubators Help New Solo Practitioners Overcome Hurdles

It is said that new lawyers only face two challenges when opening their own practices: not knowing how to practice law and not knowing how to manage a practice. Other than that, the rest is easy. Other than that, the rest is easy. In ...

Martin Pritikin - July 10, 2017