I think being a lawyer, I was very focused on that we have to help people when they get in a courtroom, but there’s a lot that happens before you get to the courtroom.—Susan Garcia Nofi
On this week’s podcast, Sam and Aaron talk about just how to actually measure the access to justice gap. Then, Sam talks with Susan Garcia Nofi about using fotonovelas and video games to increase access to justice.
Susan Garcia Nofi is the executive director of the New Haven Legal Assistance Association. Susan speaks Spanish and is a member of the bar in the State of Connecticut and the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. Susan serves on the Boards of Directors of the Community Fund for Women and Girls, and the New Haven County Bar Association. Susan is also a member of the Connecticut Judicial Branch Access to Justice Commission, the Connecticut Judicial Branch Pro Bono Committee, the Connecticut Bar Association, and the Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association.
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