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Some legal consumers are changing their buying habits

Habits v. ChangeCan big business kick its habit of retaining law firms to handle a majority of its legal spend? Read more in Forbes…

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The aloha state may have found a better way to select judges

Sunset & PalmsAcross the country, the selection of state judges has become increasingly politicized. Read more at The Brennan Center for Justice…

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Can accessing law on demand really help improve ATJ?

Judge with phone illustrationNewLaw offers hope in the battle for better access to justice. Up to a point. Read more in the Canadian Bar Assn. national magazine...

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Two SCOTUS justices muse over ‘cookie-cutter’ court

Justice Sotomayor interviewAs the Supreme Court prepares to return to the bench next month, its two newest members have been reflecting on... the striking lack of diversity among the remaining justices. Read more in The New York Times...

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Florida trailing on diversity in the courtroom

Supreme Court of the State of FloridaFlorida is fortunate to be one of the most diverse states in the country, and that is a big reason why so many people choose to call it home. Read more in The Miami Herald...

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The human toll of America’s public defender crisis

Justice or Liberty“What if I’d had more time?” Across the US, it is the question public defenders often find themselves asking the most. Read more at The Guardian…

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New York bars join to provide better training for domestic violence related issues

NYSBA & WBAThe New York State Bar Association and the state Women's Bar Association are collaborating to provide better legal services to domestic violence victims. Read more in The New York Law Journal...

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Baylor law school offers help on providing legal services and starting law firms

Baylor Law SchoolA Baylor Law School program is asking attendees is it possible for young lawyers to build successful law practices and address the widening access-to-justice gap. Read more at kwtx...

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Pro bono is thriving globally, increasing in Asia and stronger in small firms

Holding globePro bono is thriving, according to the results of the third TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono... Read more at legalexecutives...

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Legal help for the poor is in a ‘state of crisis’

Legal Aid BureauNearly 50 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that people accused of a crime deserve the right to a defense lawyer... Listen to the story at NPR...

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