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Questions about when judges should recuse themselves from hearing cases—usually because a party perceives their ability to be impartial to be in...
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Oct 5, 2017 to Oct 7, 2017
As the institutions entrusted with educating lawyers, law schools are uniquely positioned to ensure that new lawyers are not only prepared to enter...
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Too often, an adversarial family court process does not provide the best outcomes for families going through divorce or separation. Yet, most people...
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In three quarters of all civil cases, at least one party is going to court without an attorney and navigating a legal system not designed for the...
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I spent two weeks in Australia in May, meeting Australian judges, lawyers, law professors, deans, and legal service providers. I spoke at a...
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In January, I had the opportunity to present the results of IAALS’ Foundations for Practice study at the Association of American Law Schools’ Annual...
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The effort to create a 21st Century system of justice is advancing. Today, IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, and...
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The Rule of Law is absolutely under attack in the United States of America—from elected officials, state legislative bodies, and groups of...
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I am so proud to present to you our 2016 Annual Report, capturing a remarkable year in our existence and representing the work of our truly visionary...