Specialized Law Organizations

In October 2022, the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) commissioned its ninth State of State Courts survey of one thousand registered voters to gauge levels of public trust and confidence in our judiciary and broader institutions.Results revealed that public trust and confidence across a swath of governmental and societal institutions—from local police departments to state legislatures to governors—is on
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This year marked the 10th anniversary of the American Bar Association’s adoption of the duty of technology competence for lawyers. Ever since, I have tracked states’ adoption of the duty, which is now up to 40 states. But even after 10 years and 40 states, many lawyers still lack competence in technology.
Michael Quartararo
“I know the legal industry
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The Association of Corporate Counsel and pro bono platform Paladin have teamed up to promote pro bono engagement among in-house corporate attorneys, as legal teams look to scale up their …
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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
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Jemma Mitchell today (28 October) became the first woman to be sentenced live on television in the UK, following a change in the law two years ago to allow cameras …
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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