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Tim Stanley talks about public access to law and why it's taking so long for courts to get on board.
Sam Glover talks to Carl Malamud about public access to law and how it is threatened. They discuss how lawyers benefit from public access to law and how they can help increase it.
Shantelle Argyle discusses low bono legal services and their impact on the access to justice movement.
Daniel Bramzon talks about his aggressive tenant-advocacy non-profit, BASTA, and explains how it has changed evictions in LA by demanding a jury trial in every case.
Former public defender Brad Clark explains how he started his own firm, powered by a criminal expungement web app that lets him start helping people before they even contact him.
Ten barriers that block the adoption of technology, five strategies to this issue, and how the adoption of technology will help get legal aid to those that need it.
Stacy Stern, a 2017 Legal Rebel Trailblazer, talks about making basic law free and available to one and all, while still turning a profit for Justia.
Evolve Law co-founder Jules Miller interviews Fastcase co-founder Phil Rosenthal about his mission to democratize the law.
On The Road host Laurence Colletti interviews Michael Frankel, Carlos Gamez, Bill O’Boyle, David Coffee, & Dean Sonderegger at the Evolve Law Summit in NYC
On The Road host Laurence Colletti interviews Edward Wilson, David Rose, Mike Suchsland, Lorine Pendleton, and Jeroen Plink at Evolve Law’s Summit in NYC.
Jim Sandman and Linda Klein discuss President Trump’s budget proposal to zero out funding for the Legal Services Corporation.
This podcast focuses on ImmigrationJustice.us, a website built to organize legal professionals who are seeking ways to help immigrants.
Judy Perry Martinez discusses the American Bar Association Center for Innovation and what qualities the program looks for in a fellow.
Charley Moore, CEO of Rocket Lawyer, discusses how his company aims to make lawyers more accessible to those that need them the most.