In October, we had a room full of people abuzz with talk about the present state of legal education and its future. We asked them three questions about legal education and got some very interesting answers. Tell us how you would answer them here.Learn More »
Our Law Jobs calculator gives prospective law students the most transparent and complete law school employment rate information available, and it has proven quite popular. With several new improvements in place, the tool is better than ever.Learn More »
In an effort to provide input and offer comments, IAALS is hosting a Forum on the Proposed Federal Rules Amendments in Denver on December 5-6, for a small group of stakeholders from around the country.Learn More »
How much do we know about about our appellate judges? IAALS is pleased to offer new tools for reviewing their performance, including surveys and evaluations, to help maintain quality appellate judges on the bench and inform those who select or elect them.Learn More »
This short update on the Colorado Civil Access Pilot Project evaluation provides information on the specifics and timing of the evaluation that IAALS is conducting in Colorado, and what to expect in the coming year.Learn More »
The Honoring Families Initiative has released a white paper about both in-court and out-of-court solutions for families going through separation or divorce, setting the stage for our work in the years to come.Learn More »
The November 2013 edition of IAALS Report, our monthly newsletter, is now available. It’s a convenient way to keep you even more informed about issues affecting the civil justice system and to keep you up-to-date on our four initiatives.Learn More »
IAALS is a national, independent research center dedicated to continuous improvement of the process and culture of the civil justice system. By leveraging a unique blend of empirical and legal research, innovative solutions, broad-based collaboration, communications and ongoing measurement in strategically selected, high-impact areas, IAALS is empowering others with the knowledge, models and will to advance a more accessible, efficient and accountable civil justice system.