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Mary Juetten

Mary Juetten is the founder and CEO of Traklight and the co-conspirator behind Evolve Law. She specializes in helping...

Richard Granat

Richard Granat is a lawyer and a recognized expert on the delivery of legal services over the Internet.  He...

Dona Playton

Dona Playton is the Director of the Honoring Families Initiative, engaging in research, advocacy, and national collaboration efforts to promote improved...

Pat Monks

Pat Monks is an attorney at Monks Law Firm and the founder member of the Municipal Justice Bar of...

Keri Norris

Keri is the Senior Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and the Chief Legal Officer at Legal Shield.  Keri joined...

Adam Camras

Mr. Camras received his BA from the University of California, Berkeley. He is the Chief Executive Officer of LAWgical,...

Sarah Kieny

Sarah Kieny is an attorney at Riggs Abney Neal Turpen Orbison and Lewis where she has worked for 15...

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Laurence Colletti

Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...

In October 2017, Evolve Law hosted an event in Lawgical’s Denver office in which a panel discussed potential technological solutions to the access to justice gap. In this report from On The Road, Mary Juetten moderates the panel which includes Richard Granat, Dona Playton, Pat Monks, and Keri Norris. They discuss topics like merging technology with legal services, adjusting services to meet consumer needs, and whether basic legal services can be offered by non-lawyers. The live recording also includes short, “Darwin” talks from Adam Camras and Sarah Kieny.

Richard Granat created one of the first virtual law firms in the United States and also was the Founder of DirectLaw, Inc., a virtual law firm platform provider.

Dona Playton is the Director of the Honoring Families Initiative at the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS).

Pat Monks is an attorney at Monks Law Firm and the founder member of the Municipal Justice Bar of Texas founded in 1992.

Keri Norris is the Senior Vice President for Regulatory Affairs and the Chief Legal Officer at Legal Shield.  

Adam Camras is the CEO of LAWgical, the company that owns and operates leading legal brands, including Legal Talk Network.

Sarah Kieny is an attorney at Riggs Abney Neal Turpen Orbison and Lewis where she has worked for 15 years.

Episode Details
Published: November 13, 2017
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Access to Justice , Legal News
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On the Road
On the Road

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