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In this episode, we talk with deaf-blind civil rights lawyer and accessibility advocate Haben Girma about accessible justice and how designing courts, law firms, and the attorney-client relationship for people with disabilities can increase access to justice for everyone.
In this episode, we talk with Laura Genoves and her experiences as one of the first Limited Licensed Legal Technicians in Washington State. We also discuss the differences between a legal technician and a practicing attorney, including everything from education costs to how each can practice.
Insiders are excited to engage with new ideas about the future of their practices. We think about law practice as a profession as well as a business. We design law firms for growth with the client at the center. Sound like something you want to be a part of? Good. Join your tribe!
If you or someone you know is interested in joining our small but high-energy team trying to change the future of law practice, we'd love to hear!
Paola Paterlini's short story, "Bloodlines" is the winner of Lawyerist's fourth annual short-fiction contest.
Joan Leotta's short story, "Fish Out of Water," is the runner up in Lawyerist's fourth annual short-fiction contest.
When it comes to diversity and inclusion, we believe in putting our data where our mouths are.
In this week's edition of How Lawyers Work, we talked to Randall Ryder, who sues debt collectors that harass consumers, assists consumers with student loan issues, and defends consumers in debt collection lawsuits.
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