Talk Justice, An LSC Podcast
In each episode of Talk Justice, An LSC Podcast, we will explore ways to expand access to justice and illustrate why it is important to the legal community, business, government and the general public.
Law school leaders discuss how their academic institutions work towards expanding access to justice on the latest episode of LS’s “Talk Justice” podcast. Thomas Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of...
Leaders from Georgetown University’s Health Justice Alliance discuss how the medical-legal partnership (MLP) benefits both law and medical students on the latest episode of Talk Justice. Dr. Ana Caskin, deputy medical director...
Legal experts discuss the access-to-justice implications of the increasing number of climate emergencies in the U.S. and the role attorneys play. Ariadna Godreau Aubert, founder and executive director of Ayuda Legal...
Associate Justice Anne McKeig of the Minnesota Supreme Court joins the podcast to discuss her legal career and how courts can expand access to justice.
Legal experts share their perspectives on the expungement process. In this episode, we’re talking about criminal records – or at least, how to get rid of them. In the U.S. approximately 1/3...
Newly appointed National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA) President and CEO April Frazier Camara shares her goals for the NLADA and the personal history that led her to advocate for access...
Is there a conservative case for supporting civil legal aid? Prominent conservative and libertarian thought leaders share their perspectives on access-to-justice issues and recent regulatory changes.
What are the trade-offs attorneys need to consider for their clients as the justice system digitizes? Panel discusses unintended consequences of mass data collection.
Coach Harbaugh and LSC Leaders Share What New Data Means for Nation's Justice Gap
A conversation with the presidents of the American Bar Association and the Legal Services Corporation
Debt collectors are leveraging the court system more than ever—and this may have significant consequences for Americans.
Positive developments in pro bono practice that should remain in place in a post-pandemic world
Experts discuss new technology and other client-centered developments that are helping to close the justice gap in rural communities.
Senior Advisor to the president and American Rescue Plan Coordinator Gene Sperling discusses implementing the historic $1.9 trillion rescue plan and what it means for access to justice.
Empowering the consumer legal experience through technology
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A2J is going country.
Jason Tashea returns to wrap up 2021.
What do survivors of domestic violence do when disasters cut them off from the world?
The impact of the digital divide on access to justice. Why some will suffer a lot more.
Hear from those who are defending Veterans and making sure they have access to their benefits.
Legal experts discuss the role of data in understanding and implementing civil legal aid.
Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy III and Upsolve CEO Rohan Pavuluri sit down with LSC President Ron Flagg to discuss Access to Justice
Five attorneys general join host Ron Flagg for a powerful conversation about civil justice initiatives.
Expert guests discussing COVID's effect on the Opioid Crisis and people who suffer from it.
Distinguished business leaders discuss the business community’s perspective on the importance of access to justice during the pandemic.
President Biden’s executive order re-establishing the White House Legal Aid Interagency Roundtable.
Jason is a consultant on access to justice and technology issues at the World Bank; the editor...
Ronald S. Flagg was appointed President of the Legal Services Corporation effective February 20, 2020, and previously...
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