Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers is pleased to announce Law Jobs: By the Numbers™, an interactive online tool that gives prospective law students the most transparent and complete law school employment rate information available.Learn More »
From people to measurement, our 2012 Annual Report commemorates our commitment to Strength in Numbers.Learn More »
IAALS has played an important role in empowering jurisdictions to experiment with pilot projects and rules changes. Now, we are making information about these programs more accessible with an interactive map that gives users rich information about programs around the country.Learn More »
The Honoring Families Initiative has released a research report, which presents the results from an analysis of data from five pilot programs in four different Colorado courts that implemented proactive case management in family law cases.Learn More »
IAALS’ new publication, A Roadmap for Review: Guide for Appraisal and Improvement of Caseflow Management in Civil Cases in U.S. District Courts, provides the tools for federal judges to assess their civil case dockets and measure them against colleagues and courts across the nation.Learn More »
Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers recently submitted a comment to the American Bar Association’s Task Force on the Future of Legal Education, focused on aligning legal education with the needs of an evolving profession, and made six recommendations.Learn More »
The May 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.