Tag Archives: Technology

Toaster, elevator, hula hoop and air conditioning

I just returned from the American Bar Association Equal Justice Conference. I felt a bit agitated. I guess that’s the right word. It’s a feeling I always get at the end of several days of exchanging thought-provoking ideas and discussing … Continue reading

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ABA Blogs on Technology Information and Discounts

In the nonprofit legal aid and pro bono community we are always cautious about spending and getting the most bang for the buck.  The American Bar Association Center for Pro Bono recently covered tech discounts in its blog.  Check it … 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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Left Behind

Left behind.  For those of us in the legal aid community who paid attention to millennial pop-religious culture some years back (who could avoid the overheated shouting?), you’ll recognize the phrase, perhaps with some bemusement.  We weren’t left behind to … Continue reading

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Legal aid lawyers invited to help design the next generation of electronic case files

Representatives of the federal judiciary are inviting civil legal aid attorneys to participate in a project to develop the Next Generation Case Management/Electronic Case Files system. READ MORE…

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Using Technology to Deliver Pro Bono Services

If you’ve read my blog, you know I am a proponent of using technology to increase access to justice. The current ABA Journal highlights in brief a useful way to employ technology in service of pro bono. The ABA Journal … Continue reading

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News Flash: We Launch Web Resource for Lawyers Serving Service Members and Veterans

ATLANTA (Nov. 10, 2010) – As Veterans Day approaches, the Georgia Legal Services Program has launched a new website to help lawyers in Georgia better serve veterans and service members in need. In response to the growing need for legal … Continue reading

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Pro Bono Net tells the story

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!

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Lawyers gather to talk about pro bono technology

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

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