Pro Bono Management

With more than 10,000 attorneys across the country, the U.S. Department of Justice describes itself as “the world’s largest law office.” Given that broad scope, it is particularly notable that the DOJ today announced a partnership with the justice tech company Paladin to provide every DOJ attorney with access to Paladin’s pro bono platform where they can search and sign
Continue Reading Paladin Partners with U.S. Department of Justice To Boost Pro Bono At ‘World’s Largest Law Office’

In a pilot program announced today, Legal Aid Chicago, the largest legal services organization in the Chicago area, is launching an integration pilot program between LegalServer, a case management system for civil legal aid and public defender organizations, and Paladin, the pro bono management program.
Funded by a Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative Grant (TIG), this is
Continue Reading Legal Aid Chicago Pilot Integrates LegalServer Case Management with Paladin Pro Bono Management

On the heels of raising an $8 million Series A financing round in May, Paladin, a legal technology company whose platform enables law firms and legal services organizations to manage their pro bono programs and opportunities, has named two legal industry veterans to its board to help it usher in a new phase of growth. 
Joining Paladin’s board are
Continue Reading Haley Altman, Former Litera Exec, and Mark Chandler, Former Cisco CLO, Join Board of Justice Tech Company Paladin

In a post here in April, I wrote about the imminent launch of Virtual Law Clinic, a product designed to make it easier for law firms and legal organizations to manage their pro bono matters, enabling them to assign matters to lawyers, monitor case statuses, document outcomes, and provide training materials and forms.
Now that it has launched,
Continue Reading New Release of Virtual Law Clinic Adds Timekeeping, Case Management Integration, Chat and More