FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015
11:00a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
This session explores the ways that technology is used to engage in the unauthorized practice of law, and how to identify and deter such unauthorized practice.
Luz Herrera, Chair, ABA Commission on Hispanic Rights and Responsibilities Assistant Dean for Clinical Education Experiential Learning and Public Service, UCLA School of Law
Jason Abrams, Partner Abrams and Abrams, LLP Chair, AILA New York Chapter, Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law
Matthew Burnett, Director Immigration Advocates Network
Dr. Ron Dolin, Research Fellow Stanford Law School, Center on the Legal Profession Adjunct Assistant Professor, Notre Dame Law School
Richard S. Granat, Co-Director Center for Law Practice Technology Affiliate Professor of Law, Florida Coastal School of Law
- Article - AreWeFree
- Article - Use of Legal Software by Nonlawyers
- Article - Self-Help Systems and Unauthorized Practice
- FTC and DOJ Ltr to MA Taskforce to Define Practice
- FTC and DOJ LTR to ABA Task Force on Model Def of Pract of Law
- Links to Additional Program Materials