Monthly Archives: October 2012

Self-Represented Litigation Network Plans Equal Justice Conference Pre-Conference

Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
Once again this coming year, the Self-Represented Litigation Network will be hosting a pre-conference in association with the NLADA/ABA Equal Justice Conference.  The pre-conference will be May 8, 2013, and…

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Mandatory Pro Bono for Admission: the Domino Effect?

Originally posted on ABA Center for Pro Bono Exchange:
The New Jersey Law Journal reported late last week that New Jersey is considering implementing a mandatory pro bono requirement for admission to the New Jersey Bar. Chief Justice Rabner and the…

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I’m a fan of Twitter

I’m a fan of Twitter.  That’s a lot like saying, “I like socks.”  But socks keep your feet warm and reduce irritation.  Socks also say something about you.  And socks are here to stay. I created a brief presentation about … Continue reading

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Mercer Law School, Macon Bar and Jones Cork host benefit concert for Georgia Legal Services Program

On Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 the Mercer University School of Law and the Macon Bar Association will stage a concert at the Cox Capitol Theater in Macon to benefit the Macon Regional Office of the Georgia Legal Services Program.  The … Continue reading

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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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During National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Use Georgia Online Resources to Help Stop the Cycle of Violence

Site Offer Referrals, Information, Self-help Tools for Survivors and Resources for Advocates Atlanta, GA – October 1, 2012    One in four women and one in thirteen men will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. As National Domestic Violence Awareness Month … Continue reading

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