Tag Archives: access to justice

Richard Zorza on pro bono and the soul of the legal profession


In his blog, access to justice visionary Richard Zorza points to pro bono as the legal profession’s savior.  Read his article here: Pro Bono Could Lead the Way in Resolving the Struggle for the Soul of the Legal Profession.

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Mobile tech grants in the legal aid community


I’m pleased that Richard Zorza‘s recent blog article included a couple of technology projects with which I will be involved over the next two years. In an article he posted today entitled, “LSC TIG Grants Announced — The Year of … Continue reading

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An Update on a Technology Summit for the Legal Services Community


I’m a proponent of increasing the use of technology to help deliver legal services to poor and marginalized communities.  Check out Richard Zorza’s blog update on the recent Technology Summit sponsored by the federal Legal Services Corporation, LSC Access to … Continue reading

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About Public Law Libraries


If you are interested in access to justice, that is, justice and fairness within our legal system, then you might think about ways public law libraries can be put to use to help people.  There are two articles (PDF files) … Continue reading

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