Pro Bono Net at Equal Justice 2007

  • 3/16/2007
  • Pro Bono Net

Pro Bono Net will be attending next week's EJC conference in Denver and we'd love to see you! Mark, Alison, Kate and Liz will be there, so please come visit us at the PBN booth in the exhibitor area, where we'll be offering a special preview of our new law firm pro bono management software, or check out one of the workshops we'll be speaking at or moderating.

In addition, we are hosting a LawHelp / Pro Bono Net / NPADO networks lunchtime gathering on Thursday, March 22.

See below for details on these workshops and activities.


Collaborative Websites: Innovations in Meeting Client and Pro Bono Needs
(Alison Sclater & Liz Keith)
Capitol Ballroom 5

LawHelp / Pro Bono Net / NPADO networks meeting
(Mark O'Brien, Alison Sclater, Liz Keith, & Kate Bladow)
Capitol Ballroom
(Please RSVP to

How People Really Use Technology: Current Research on People, the Media, and the Message
(Liz Keith)
Mineral Hall A

Online Interactive Pro Se Court Forms: A Collaborative Project of the Idaho Courts and Legal Aid
(Kate Bladow)
Centennial Ballroom H

3 - 3:30 pm
Fun Break - Pro Bono Manager demo
PBN Booth, Exhibitor Area
Hang out with Pro Bono Net over the 3pm "Fun Break" on Thursday at EJC! Bring your fun snack over to our exhibitor's booth for a hands-on demonstration of our new law firm pro bono management software. This spring, Pro Bono Net is rolling out "Pro Bono Manager," a new online fee-service that provides tools to improve pro bono program management at private law firms. Get a sneak preview of the software - currently being piloted by two national law firms - and learn more about how our overall Gates Foundation funded initiative is progressing.

Simplifying Intake, Improving Service Delivery and Supporting Advocates: LiveHelp, Document Assembly and Online Intake
(Kate Bladow)
Centennial Ballroom G

Community Building Through Technology: Collaboration Tools
(Alison Sclater)
Centennial Ballroom H

Friday, 3/23

2:00 - 3:30 pm
Access to Justice: Leveraging Law Students and Technology
(Mark O'Brien)
Centennial Ballroom H

Saturday, 3/24

Technology in Self Represented Litigation Innovation: The Promise of Access for the Disadvantaged
(Kate Bladow)
Capitol Ballroom 6

There are a number of other sessions of interest to statewide websites, document assembly and legal aid technology initiatives. For the full agenda, visit the EJC website:

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