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What do clients want from their attorneys? The answers to that question would seem to be key to understanding how to improve the quality and...
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Oct 26, 2017 to Oct 27, 2017
What if in two days we could bring together leaders across North America to create paths that help close the justice gap through unbundled legal...
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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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What are the competencies, skills, characteristics, and qualities that new lawyers need to be practice ready? We're answering that question.
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A recent study conducted for Voices for Civil Justice, with support from the Public Welfare Foundation, found that voters strongly favor reform of...
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By now, the word is out that Judge Richard A. Posner is retiring from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals. His retirement was unexpected, but his stated...
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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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Last month, in "We Won’t See You in Court: The Era of Tort Lawsuits Is Waning," the Wall Street Journal took a look at the decline in tort lawsuit...
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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...