A history of how the legal profession has served the poor. Continue reading Equal Justice and Legal Services for the Poor: An Elusive Goal
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
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
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
Get to know Henry, someone who inspires his family and his community through his courage and optimism. Continue reading A Brave Little Virginian
Military spouses move every two to three years and move across state lines 10 times more frequently than their civilian counterparts. How can these attorneys assist their communities? Learn more here. Continue reading Changing the Rules: Examining Military Spouse Admission to the Virginia State Bar
By Robert M. Pollock
In the United States, which has a population of about 326 million persons, more than 50 million persons, or about 15.3 percent of the population, are classified as disabled. Unfortunately, this protected class is frequently discriminated against, or just simply ignored.
Continue reading The Legal Needs of the Disabled Are Not Being Met
Great figures, we are told, are quiet in their approach to life; yet their impact is often profound. Meet someone who has served his country and continues to serve the disabled and the poor. Continue reading Profile of a Quiet Virginian: Lt. General Clarence E. McKnight, Jr.
It is estimated that one in 120 families in the U.S. has a child who displays some symptoms of autism. For families in the U.S. Military, the estimate is one in every 78 families. As the study of autism progresses, experts speculate these numbers may be conservative. The cost of autism to our society runs in the billions of dollars annually. Continue reading An Introduction to the Legal Challenges of Autism