Shantelle Argyle is an attorney and the co-founder and executive director of Open Legal Services, a nonprofit modest means law firm in Utah. Previously, Shantelle worked for several private law firms and as a public defender. She practices criminal and family law, and has worked on cases ranging from child custody to murder. She is passionate about the OLS mission, and will tell anyone she can about the revolution in affordable legal services. Shantelle attended law school at the University of Utah and is admitted to practice law in Utah.
Shantelle Argyle discusses low bono legal services and their impact on the access to justice movement.
Legal Rebels Shantelle Argyle and Daniel Spencer talk about Open Legal Services, a not-for-profit law firm they founded in Salt Lake City in 2014.
Shantelle Argyle talks about how lawyers can unbundle their services and actually turn a profit.
Adriana Linares speaks with Open Legal Services co-founders Shantelle Argyle and Daniel Spencer about starting their nonprofit law firm.
In this Special Report, Peter Carayiannis of Conduit Law, David Sparks of Mac Power Users, Shantelle Argyle of Open Legal Services, and Julie Tolek of Think Pink Law stop by our table to discuss their presentations at the Clio Cloud Conference. During our interview, the conversation migrates from efficiency tools like Slack, Sanebox, and Lexicata...
In this series of Legal Talk Network interviews, producer Laurence Colletti and ABA Journal Legal Affairs Writer Victor Li interview Professor Andrew Perlman, Shantelle Argyle, Dwight Smith, Judge Laurie White, Terri Mascherin, Judge Ann Aiken, and Steven Crossland. Together, they discuss the mini-presentations that were part of the ‘Bridging The Gap’ speaking event at the...
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