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UniCourt

Josh Blandi: Disrupting Access to Court Documents With UniCourt

UniCourt CEO Josh Blandi on advocating for the right to know and making government records public records.

Mary Juetten - June 5, 2022
regulatory reform

Why Regulatory Reform Is Desperately Needed in the U.S.

Camille Stell | Regulatory reform is needed to eliminate legal deserts in the U.S.

Camille Stell - March 25, 2022
law firm ownership

What’s New in Law Firm Ownership?

Roy Ginsburg | Critics contend Rule 5.4 is a considerable obstacle to innovation and to the country’s access to justice problem. Slowly but surely, cracks are appearing.

Roy S. Ginsburg - February 8, 2022
votes for women

Votes for Women: Celebrating With 100 Recipes for 100 Years

“The Nineteenth Amendment Centennial Cookbook" celebrates the spirit of the suffragists, who published cookbooks to raise money to support their cause.

Joan Feldman - August 26, 2020
Open Data Advocates Are Forging Improved Access to the Law

Open Data Advocates Are Forging Improved Access to the Law

Josh Blandi | Open law advocates are fighting to remove technical and financial barriers so that information is truly accessible to everyone.

Josh Blandi - June 15, 2020
open data

How Automation and AI Make Open Data Possible and Valuable for Lawyers

Josh Blandi explains what it takes to bring accessible legal data into the public sphere in a way that is organized, accessible and useful to lawyers.

Josh Blandi - May 7, 2020
Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Josh Blandi | Much of the content that makes our justice system run — court cases, legislative materials, administrative summaries — is actually public information. While new technology is making it easier and less expensive for everyone to ...

Josh Blandi - April 7, 2020

Lifting the Prohibition on Nonlawyer Ownership: Advantages for Small Firms

Critics say Rule 5.4 limits collaboration between lawyers and allied professionals when making business decisions, which affects the bottom line.

Susan Peters - July 16, 2019

Patrick Palace: Raising the Bar for Growth and Innovation

A2J Q&A: Patrick Palace on ways his firm uses data to focus on clients' needs — and why ethics rules that act as barriers to growth and innovation must change.

Mary Juetten - July 8, 2019
A2J Q&A Fiffik

Michael Fiffik: A Call for Creativity in Solving the Access to Justice Problem

Pittsburgh lawyer Michael Fiffik says our current system of access to justice is failing consumers, and it’s not even a close call.

Mary Juetten - June 20, 2019
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