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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
In December 2011, I adopted the Mobilezen.com platform for a mobile website and app for pro bono state support activities. Others around me were investing large sums in developing apps to support pro bono lawyers and to deliver information about … Continue reading
Register to attend the Professionalism Convocation– Law Practice 2010 and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities
Many of us lawyers have been involved in technology and other cutting edge work to advance the practice of law and create better outcomes for our clients. Technology, self-help, unbundling, social media and other topics have been on our radar … Continue reading
You may know a little about GeorgiaAdvocates.org, our statewide volunteer lawyer and advocate support website, but we’re part of a much larger and vital pro bono community. Watch the Pro Bono Net video and find out more!
Last week, some colleagues and I were honored to meet with several outstanding lawyer-leaders who sat down with us to talk about technology and the delivery of pro bono legal services. Our civil legal aid and pro bono programs in … Continue reading
Technola has compiled a list of very useful online legal resources. Check out “Recently Released Legal Resources.”
The State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division (YLD) has a Facebook page. The Bar division that gave birth to one of the country’s largest legal aid programs– the Georgia Legal Services Program – and has launched numerous pro bono … Continue reading
New community legal education materials are now available for the Georgia community and volunteer advocates. The flashmedia presentations are available on-line and are designed to connect persons with appropriate resources for legal problems. The legal education materials consist of automated … Continue reading
Filling the gap in areas where there are few or no lawyers… The State Bar of Georgia Pro Bono Project is a joint project of the Bar and Georgia Legal Services Program. While the Pro Bono Project provides support and … Continue reading
Why is it that I feel pharmaceutical advertisements have something to teach us about how we provide legal information?
The State Bar of Georgia Women and Minorities Committee, chaired by Deborah Morris Danzig, has launched a speakers clearinghouse. The Women & Minorities in the Profession Committee is committed to promoting equal participation of minorities and women in the legal … Continue reading
In June 2009, the Georgia Supreme Court Civil Justice Commission released its Legal Needs Study and Pro Bono Survey. The Court is sponsoring over a dozen Roundtable Discussions across the state to garner feedback from the public, the legal community, … Continue reading