Monthly Archives: January 2011

A friday pause


If it’s true every pro bono coordinator should have a theme song- and I hope that’s true- then this one would be a fine choice:

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Pro Bono and Law Practice Management – Revisited


In prior blog posts, I have noted that pro bono service is a law practice management issue, not so much for “Big Law” as it is for the solo or small firm lawyer. I have been participating in many of … Continue reading

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A Visual Presentation for pro bono volunteers from Georgia Legal Services


One of my pro bono colleagues in Minnesota, Martha Delaney, and I have been talking about ways to engage volunteer lawyers and to discern basic elements of volunteer lawyer orientation.  She introduced me to Prezi as an alternative to the … Continue reading

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Co-counsel with a Public Interest Lawyer


In presentations I make to local bar associations around the state, I often urge the members in attendance to reflect on their role as mentor and guardian—mentor of new or inexperienced lawyers and guardian of the keys to the courthouse. … Continue reading

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Richard Zorza blogs about Access to Justice


Richard Zorza amazes me.  He has a way of framing the discussion on access to lawyers, the courts, and legal information and advice that is at once fresh and informative- and challenging.  I love how he threads together stories.  I … Continue reading

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