We promised a forum for lawyers and the public to have a constructive dialogue in our June 19, 2020 statement. Today, we announce our first forum. Continue reading Town Halls to Further Dialogue
Artificial Intelligence provides an opportunity to expand access to justice, but how? How can the average lawyer safely and ethically implement this technology to better serve clients? By Alex Hewes, Esq. Continue reading A.I. Will Augment Access to Legal Services for the Needy
Thoughts from our editor in chief, Gus Bequai, Esq. Continue reading The Editor’s Corner (Issue 3 of 2020)
While everyone worries about deepfake videos and our elections, there has been surprisingly little talk about the horrifying statistic above – and degrading and humiliating portrait of so many women online. Are we doing anything about it? Surprisingly little. By Sharon Nelson, Esq. and John Simek. Continue reading 96 Percent of Deepfake Videos Are Women Engaged in Sexual Acts
Clients are feeling the pain of not accessing legal services. How can we improve our cost of services to make a living serving clients who can afford legal services at a lower price point. Consider automation. By Chris Fortier.
Continue reading Automation: A Tool to Access a Greater Population
How do you hire, attract, and retain happy successful millennials in your law office? It comes down to culture and being open to adopting new processes that work. By Victoria Walker.
Continue reading Get the Most out of Your Millennial Lawyers
Immigration remains a hot topic for discussion. Between the changing policy with the Department of Justice, increasing workloads for judges, and the short hearings, the topic always provides interesting hour of CLE. Continue reading Annual Meeting Immigration Panel
Some of the sights from the Diversity Conference’s activities at the VSB Annual Meeting, June 2019. Continue reading Annual Meeting Photo Album
Some thoughts from the Chair of the Diversity Conference. Continue reading Chairs Column
Some thoughts from our editor in chief, Gus Bequai, Esq. Continue reading Editor’s Corner