Monthly Archives: March 2016

Read about Georgia’s new law student practice rule- and access to justice approach


Professor Clark Cunningham,  Professor and W. Lee Burge Chair of Law and Ethics at the Georgia State University College of Law, outlines in the current edition of the Georgia Bar Journal the new law student practice rule recently published by the Supreme Court … Continue reading

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The Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service Year-in-Review


Originally posted on ABA Center for Pro Bono Exchange:
Mary Ryan, Chair, ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono & Public Service When I began my term as chair of the ABA’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service in…

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My Recent Bar Journal Articles


Here’s a list of links to my recent State Bar of Georgia Bar Journal articles. The upcoming April 2016 edition article is focused on pro bono and law practice management. February, 2016 Predictions: What’s Hot in Pro Bono for 2016 … Continue reading

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ABA Commission Paper on Legal Check-Ups Could Offer Opportunity to Integrate Private Providers Into ATJ Triage Movement — Richard Zorza’s Access to Justice Blog


A few days ago, the ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services, fresh from a major step forward in getting House of Delegates approval for their Model Regulatory Objectives, issued for comment a draft Issues Paper Concerning Legal Checkups. … Continue reading

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Pro Bono Innovation Grants from the Legal Services Corporation — ABA Center for Pro Bono Exchange


LSC 2016 PBI Conference – Innovations in Legal Services from Legal Services Corporation on Vimeo. In this video, Pro Bono Innovation Grants from the Legal Services Corporation are discussed in depth. The panel, Innovations in Legal Services, took place at … Continue reading

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