August 17, 2017

Video highlights: Creative solutions for expanding access to justice take center stage

Legal innovators from around the country present their solutions for improving legal services in a Ted-talk style program called “Spotlight on Innovation: Micro-Presentations on the Cutting Edge of Legal Services”  on Aug. 13 during the ABA Annual Meeting in New York City.

Presenters include:

Andrew Arruda
Ross Intelligence

Georges Clement

Jeannette Eicks
Vermont Law School

JJ Prescott
University of Michigan Law School

Ezra Ritchin
The Bronx Freedom Fund

James Sandman
Legal Services Corporation

Matthew Stubenberg
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service

Anne Sweeney
Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

Trudy White
Louisiana District Court

Andrew Perlman
Suffolk University Law School

The program was sponsored by the ABA Center for Innovation, a year-old initiative to accelerate the accessibility, efficiency and effectiveness of U.S. legal services. The center developed out of the recommendations of the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services, a working group set up by then ABA President William Hubbard (2014-15) to expand access to justice, particularly for low- and moderate-income people.

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