Access to Justice

Access to justice is at the core of Lawyerist‘s mission. In addition to the information and ideas shared below, we seek out opportunities to use our resources to further access to justice.

Access-to-Justice Moonshot: Eliminate the Gap within 10 Years

CuroStudio is a partnership between CuroLegal, Lawyerist, Billie Tarascio, and the Mile 2 software development shop with the goal of closing the access-to-justice gap.

Podcast #154: Why Legal Tech & Design Thinking Can’t Solve All of the Legal System’s Problems, with Nicole Bradick

4 Types of Access-to-Justice Donations You Should Make This Year (That Aren’t Just Donating to Other Lawyers)

As the year draws to a close, consider increasing access to justice by donating to organizations that help individuals and communities thrive.

Podcast #134: Why It’s Time for a Civil Right to Counsel, with John Pollock

Electronic Wills, Access to Justice, and Corporate Interests

Florida is considering legalizing fully electronic wills, which could simplify and increase access to probate services.

How Access-to-Justice Efforts Are Changing the Law

Alternative legal services are positioning themselves as part of the solution to the access to justice problem. What does this mean for lawyers?

Inclusive Law Firm Design

In designing your law firm—physically and virtually—make sure you think about accessibility for all individuals. This will ensure your firm is inclusively designed.

Podcast #98: Web Apps for Justice, with Brad Clark

Podcast #92: Access to Justice Through Fotonovelas and Video Games, with Susan Garcia Nofi

Limited Scope Representation, Limited Access to Justice

Limited representation models—either by lawyers or nonlawyers—will probably not solve the access-to-justice gap.