JoAnn L. Hathaway works for the State Bar of Michigan as a practice management advisor. She previously worked as a litigation paralegal, a legal liability claims director and risk manager, and a legal administrator. JoAnn is an Adobe Acrobat Certified Expert, and holds software certifications in LexisNexis Time Matters and Billing Matters software. She is active in the ABA Law Practice Management Division, serving on the Publications Board and the State and Local Bar Outreach Committee. JoAnn is a frequent speaker on law firm technology, insurance, and risk and practice management topics.
State Bar of Michigan President Lawrence Nolan on sustaining efforts to improve diversity within the judiciary.
Julie Fershtman talking about the Future Task Force report, the unprecedented changes occurring in the legal industry, and how lawyers can affect this change.
Ari Kaplan on helping attorneys develop their companies and what lawyers can learn from successful organizations in other industries.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Young on innovations happening in the state and supreme courts and how tech is helping to streamline the judiciary.
Shenique Moss on upcoming events available to Michigan’s young lawyers and her experiences with the Young Lawyers Section.
A podcast discussing the Michigan Legal Help Program and how they are working to increase access to justice and fill the legal gap.
Michigan State Bar Foundation Executive Director Linda Rexer talks about the foundation, limited scope representation, and the Michigan self-help program.
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