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    No "One Size Fits All": Perspectives on ATJ [CC]

    No "One Size Fits All": Perspectives on ATJ [CC]
    CLE 90 min

    No "One Size Fits All": Perspectives on ATJ [CC]

    This session presents unique perspectives on access to justice in the U.S. from local, national, and international viewpoints. You will learn how to use data to identify civil justice system needs, develop a business case for seeking resources for improvements, build consensus among partners about sought-after outcomes, and implement resource-efficient programs that enhance access to justice.

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    Viewing timeworn problems from a fresh perspective can be an important key to essential change and better outcomes, and sharing different points of view with an open mind can help identify how to enable greater access to justice. A critical component of that conversation is the experience of legal service providers. These professionals see first-hand the impact that good representation can have for those who cannot otherwise afford an attorney, as well as the poor outcomes when representation is lacking. Another critical component is an outside view from interested observers, who offer valuable insight on how to further promote access to justice.

    This session will provide international, national, and local perspectives on access to justice in the United States, recognizing that one size does not fit all. The discussion will highlight how access to justice advocates have expanded their reach and delivered change with limited means and while facing significant obstacles. This session covers the key areas required to understand the complex issues in play, including collecting and sharing data to identify specific areas of need; building a business case; fostering collaboration among agencies and partners; and launching cost-effective initiatives during and post-pandemic.

    The learning objectives for this session include:

    1. Identifying needs : Understand the types and sources of data that can be used to gauge ATJ requirements in a given area; explain how to collect, present and share it.
    2. Establishing solutions : Show how to develop a business case for ATJ resourcing according to the needs of a program.
    3. Building consensus : Work with partners and other agencies to focus on outcome, not processes.
    4. Delivering change : Identify opportunities in their own area to implement resource-efficient programs that improve access to justice.

    This is one of five sessions in the "2022 ATJ Chairs Meeting" series. The session will be 90 minutes in length, including 15 minutes for questions, featuring the following topics presented by experienced panelists:

    • Introduction and Scene Setting : Judge Samuel A. Thumma (Moderator), Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
    • Research Findings : The Cost of Delayed Justice: Mahesh Rengaswamy, Senior Director of Digital Courts Strategy, Thomson Reuters
    • Learnings from New Mexico : Chief Justice Shannon Bacon, New Mexico Supreme Court
    • Learnings from New Hampshire : Karen Gorham, Superior Court Administrator, New Hampshire Judicial Branch
    • An International Perspective: Family Legal Aid in the United Kingdom : Lorna Cservenka, Barrister and former Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year, Garden Court Chambers, London, England
    • Moderated panel discussion and live Q&A
    • Closing remarks : Judge Samuel A. Thumma (Moderator), Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One

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    Product Details

    Product Code

    LA2212ATJW1OLC

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    12/12/2022 12:00:00 AM