A virtual speaker series for lawyers, judges, regulators, educators, and more. Our guests discuss the access to legal services and access to justice crises, potential solutions, and real-world data around the issues. All podcast episodes are reproductions from our live video series.
Legal Tech: Using Technology to Build Sustainable Practices & Expand Legal Services
Cat Moon (Moderator)Director of Innovation Design, Program on Law & Innovation, Vanderbilt University
Erin LevineFounder of Hello Divorce
Chas RampenthalHead of Industry Relations, Legal Zoom
Lori GonzalezFounder of The RayNa Corporation
Individuals and small businesses in America often struggle to find access to legal services. Meanwhile, legal professionals are seeing many changes to the profession that are both exciting and sometimes scary. In this second Redesigning Legal session, we will explore how lawyers and other legal professionals can help to solve these problems using new advances in technology, while building sustainable practices at the same time.
Leading from the Bench: Expanding Access Through Regulatory Innovation
Justice Rebecca Love Kourlis, Colorado Supreme Court (Ret.)
Justice Ann Timmer, Arizona Supreme Court
Chief Justice Bridget McCormack, Michigan Supreme Court
Chief Justice Nathan Hecht, Texas Supreme Court
Chief Justice Matthew Durrant, Utah Supreme Court
This inaugural Redesigning Legal session will explore how judicial leadership can play a critical role in expanding access to legal services and access to justice. The panelists will explore the status of regulatory innovation, how courts and others are seeking to address the problems, and why state supreme courts and the organized bar must start forging solutions now instead of taking a “wait and see” approach.