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Pro Bono Net Staff to Present at 2013 Equal Justice Conference

Saturday, May 04, 2013

  • Organization: Pro Bono Net

Pro Bono Net staff members will present at multiple sessions on a variety of equal justice issues at the 2013 Equal Justice Conference, May 9-11 in St. Louis MO. The Equal Justice Conference brings together all components of the legal community to discuss equal justice issues as they relate to the delivery of legal services to the poor.

Pro Bono Net will present on a wide range of topics, including reaching communities in crisis with technology. Other workshop topics include: new technologies to support pro bono volunteers; developing partnerships to assist pro se litigants; addressing the increasing demand for services; e-filing; evaluating data; and more. In addition, Matthew Burnett will be presenting about social media at the New Pro Bono Program Managers Nuts And Bolts Preconference

Pro Bono Net will also host a networking box lunch on May 9, and will have a booth in the exhibitor area. For more information or to RSVP for the networking session, please email lkeith@probono.net.

Specific panels in which Pro Bono Net staff will take part are listed below.  For more details on each workshop, please visit the EJC website.

 

Accessing Justice: Developing Partnerships with Libraries to Assist Pro Se Litigants
• Jennifer Frazier, JD MLS, Kentucky State Law Library, Frankfort, KY.
• Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net, San Francisco, CA.
• Janine Liebert, Los Angeles Law Library, Los Angeles, CA.
• Terry Manuel, Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, Frankfort, KY.
• Steven Pulliam, Kentucky Bar Association, Frankfort, KY.
• Soha Saiyed, Legal Aid Society of Louisville, Louisville, KY.
• Marc Theriault, Administrative Office of the Courts - Kentucky, Frankfort, KY.
 

Beyond the Digital Divide: Reaching Diverse Client Communities and Communities in Crisis with Technology
• Saundra Brown, Lone Star Legal Aid, Houston, TX.
• Adam Friedl, Pro Bono Net, New York, NY.
• Leah Margulies, LawHelp, New York, NY.


Broadening Your Pro Bono Reach: Using Technology to Address the Record-Breaking Demand & Sharply Reduced Resources for Legal Services
• Adam Friedl, Pro Bono Net, New York, NY.
• Glenn Rawdon, Legal Services Corporation, Washington, DC.
 

E-Filing for Access to Justice: Why Should We Care?
• Claudia Johnson, Pro Bono Net, Richland, WA.

• Susan Ledray, 4th Judicial District Court, Minneapolis, MN.
• Richard Zorza, Self-Represented Litigation Network, Washington, DC.
 

Emerging Technology to Enhance Delivery of Services to LEP communities: An Overview of Tools and Innovative Approaches
• Mirenda Watkins, Pro Bono Net, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
• Maria Mindlin, Transcend Translations, Davis, CA.
 

Evaluating Technology-Enabled Legal Services Delivery: Using Data to Improve and Choose Your Projects
• Matthew Burnett, Immigration Advocates Network, New York, NY.

• Sue Encherman, Northwest Justice Project, Seattle, WA.
• Bristow Hardin, Legal Services Corporation, Washington, DC.
• Teri Ross, Illinois Legal Aid Online, Chicago, IL.
• Ken Smith, Resource for Great Programs, Traverse City, MI.
 

Interweaving Coalition Building, Technology, and Pro Bono to Fill Gaps in Access to Justice: The Story of a Nine-State Project
• Sunrise Ayers, Idaho Legal Aid Services, Inc., Boise, ID.
• Russell Butler, Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center, Inc., Upper Marlboro, MD.
• Marilyn Harp, Kansas Legal Aid Services, Topeka, KS.
• Claudia Johnson, Pro Bono Net, Richland, WA.
 

It Takes A Summit-Bringing the Community and Court Together to Help Domestic Violence Victims
• Claudia Johnson, Pro Bono Net, San Francisco, CA.

• Susan D. Ryan, Riverside Superior Court, Riverside, CA.
 

Justice - There's an App for That
• David Bonebrake, LSC, Washington, DC.
• Matthew Burnett, Immigration Advocates Network, New York, NY.
• Brian Rowe, Northwest Justice Project, Seattle, WA.
 

Technology Innovations for Pro Bono Volunteers: Case Management Systems, Widgets and More
• Alex Gulotta, Legal Aid Justice Center, Charlottesville, VA.
• Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net, San Francisco, CA.
• Mike Monahan, State Bar of Georgia Pro Bono Project, Atlanta, GA.
• Jane Ribadeneyra, Legal Services Corporation, Washington, DC.
 

50 NEW Tech Tips
• David Bonebrake, Legal Services Corporation, Washington, DC.
• Liz Keith, Pro Bono Net, San Francisco, CA.
• Glenn Rawdon, Legal Services Corporation, Washington, DC.
• Brian Rowe, Northwest Justice Project, Seattle, WA

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