This virtual event was held on Friday, September 25, recognizing you! We celebrated friends and supporters of IAALS with a special hour-long program, including a thank-you video featuring staff and donors, a fireside chat, and the unveiling of a special recognition plaque.
On August 20, IAALS co-hosted a virtual panel discussion on how legal regulatory reform—and the innovative and diverse ecosystems such reform can create—can help address issues of racial injustice, featuring Rohan Pavuluri (Co-Founder/CEO, Upsolve), Andrea S. Jarmon (Founder, Jarmon Law Group), and Andrew Arruda (Co-Founder/CEO, ROSS Intelligence).
On June 25, IAALS co-hosted a discussion with Professor William Henderson on why state supreme courts are best positioned to pioneer new regulatory models that are in the long-term interest of the public.
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On February 26, IAALS co-hosted a discussion with Patricia Lee Refo, President-Elect of the ABA, on how the various proposals for re-regulation of the legal profession could transform the way lawyers practice law—and what both sides of the debate have to say.
This webinar explored the practical impacts of the one-year Civil Justice Initiative Pilot Project in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida (Miami-Dade) based on Recommendation 7 of the CCJ Civil Justice Improvements Committee: developing “civil case management teams consisting of a responsible judge supported by appropriately trained staff.” Our presenters included Judge Jennifer Bailey,
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On Thursday, April 25, 2019, we held our annual Rebuilding Justice Award Dinner, which recognizes individuals who exemplify the spirit of innovation and leadership that we champion across all of our work toward building a legal system that is accessible, fair, reliable, efficient, and accountable.
This webinar highlighted expedited processes for discovery and dispositive motions recommended by the Conference of Chief Justices Civil Justice Improvements Committee and the corresponding rules and case management techniques that can make this approach successful. Our presenters included Judge Randall Warner, of the Maricopa County Superior Court in Arizona, and Don Bivens, a partner at Snell an
In October, the Midwest Region Summit was held in Kansas City, Missouri, to discuss implementation of the Recommendations of the Conference of Chief Justices. The Summit consisted of a dynamic mixture of plenary sessions, workshops, and state team planning sessions. The purpose of the Summit was to encourage each state to learn about civil justice reform efforts nationwide, and to provide each sta
Arizona has long been a leader in civil justice reform and this webinar highlighted the results of their civil justice reform efforts, including the new civil rule amendments that went into effect July 1. Arizona’s efforts provide important insight into state reform efforts nationally.
With support from NALP and SALT, this webinar was designed to introduce the Foundations for Practice study and to lead a discussion on how legal education can use the Foundations study to improve and better prepare students to become successful lawyers. The webinar provided real-world examples to inspire and inform others and will discuss not only how the Foundations study is already being used in