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Margaret Hagan talks about the use of design thinking to help close the access to justice gap. She discusses methodology, centering technology around the human experience, and how lawyers can incorporate a creative and empathetic mindset to their work.
This week Jennifer Gerstenzang joins us to talk about her innovative legal coaching and family advocacy services, which help defendants and their families effectively navigate criminal defense charges.
Host Laurence Colletti gathers together some of the most vocal access to justice ranters on Twitter so they can share their ideas in real life.
Richard Granat speaks about his experience as an older entrepreneur and how his age is a benefit, not a detraction.
Patrick Palace talks about what LLLTs are and how they provide access to justice in a unique and powerful way.
Mary E. Juetten talks about Evolve Law and other legal technologies that are improving access-to-justice problems.
Colin Rule explains how online dispute resolution works and how it has the potential to fill access to justice needs.
Casey Trupin, Michael Santos, Angela Vigil, Melanie Redman, Darla Bardine, and Stephen Gaetz talk about the ABA homeless youth initiatives and how lawyers can get involved.
Using technology and the design process to approach systemic problems in the legal industry and what to do for justice to be accessible for everyone.
Deaf-blind civil rights lawyer and accessibility advocate Haben Girma talks about accessible justice and how designing courts, law firms, and the attorney-client relationship for people with disabilities can increase access to justice for everyone.