Monthly Archives: December 2013

Sweet, the same


In a rambling sort of way I sort through cabinets in which manila file folders rest until, crisp bottom fold lost and rounded, they open like wilted and faded petals over-revealing their aged content.  After 16 years in this pro … Continue reading

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Very Important Communications Research Released


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
This is one of the most important posts I have ever written.  I am honored to be authorized to post the communications research conducted by Lake Research Partners and the…

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Why State-Based Advocacy Orgazations are Important — Two Lessons from Massachuetts


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
Those of us who try to focus attention on the “access” side of access to justice are often criticized for not planning enough for impact advocacy side.  Two recent developments…

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Can the Self-Represented Collect For Time When Required by Opposing Attorney — Canada Moves


Originally posted on Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog:
Julie Macfarlane has a fascinating blog on the emerging jurisprudence in Canada dealing with the award of costs when time is required by an opposing attorney’s wrongful activities.  As I understand…

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