Co-hosted with the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS)
October 26-27, 2017 in Denver, CO
What if in two days we could bring together leaders across North America to create paths that help close the justice gap through unbundled legal services? What if we created a forum where an array of stakeholders could share their perspectives, get better insights into collaborative roles, and learn about best practices to advocate for unbundled legal services? What if we can advance the recommendations of those state reports that encourage unbundling as one of the solutions to close the justice gap? What will it take for us to reach the tipping point?
This conference brings together those dedicated to improving access to justice in order to have highly interactive exchanges that will lay the foundation for the creation of strategic plans for a broader implementation of unbundled legal services.
National authorities will lead discussions about:
- The role of unbundling in the justice ecosystem;
- Perspectives of practitioners;
- Best practices of state and local entities that are encouraging unbundling;
- Collaborative opportunities to expand unbundling; and
- The role of technology to use unbundling to change the delivery of legal services.
Strategic plans, a directory of experts, and a collection of supporting materials will be posted, tracked, and updated on a dedicated website following the conference so that its impact will be extended far beyond its immediate outcome. In other words, we will move from ideation to implementation.
Designing & Engaging the 100% Access to Civil Justice Ecosystem
February 22-23, 2018 in San Francisco, CA
Pre-Conference Events February 21, 2018
A two-day in-person national conference offered by the Self-Represented Litigation Network and the Judicial Council of California for lawyers, judges, clerks of court and court administrators, self-help services professionals, librarians, technologists, funders and other allied professionals to explore and develop successful strategies and new thinking for providing 100% access to justice.
Proposals are now being accepted through September 29, 2017.