Date: 31 March 2022
Costs: Free Registration
As part of our Redesigning Legal Speaker Series, on March 31 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. MST, IAALS and its partners will explore the issues surrounding opening up access to the law, resources in the court systems, and the potential for new opportunities.
Insulation in the legal system is a problem that has long plagued the industry. As evidence of this problem continues to mount in the form of access to justice statistics, financial stress on court systems, and limitations on the growth of the profession alongside the rest of an increasingly digital economy, the case for opening up the profession becomes stronger. However, this progress is not without drawbacks.
This program will explore the issues surrounding opening up access to the law, resources in the court systems, and the potential for new opportunities.
The panel will feature Katherine Alteneder (Consulting Senior Strategic Advisor, Self-Represented Litigation Network), Carl Malamud (Founder, Public.Resource.Org), and Beth Simone Noveck (Director, Governance Lab, New York University and Chief Innovation Officer, State of New Jersey), whose conversation will be moderated by Jameson Dempsey.
Registration Link: Click here