• Slowness Moment

    A Case For Slowness In The Legal Profession

    The ancient Greeks had two words to express the notion of time: chronos and kairos. The former was used to connote chronological time, and the latter was used to connote a qualitatively different kind of time– a moment of indeterminate…
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  • Justice

    Miranda Turns 50: Justice Begins With A Warning

    In 2016, the nation marks the 50th anniversary of perhaps the nation’s best-known U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda v. Arizona. This year’s May 1st Law Day 2016 theme is based on the case and celebrating its anniversary – Miranda: More Than…
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  • The Future Is Now TownHall 2

    Where Is Our Legal Profession Heading? (Part Two)

    Back to The Future is Now: Legal Services 2.016. After a robust town hall meeting where attendees debated the costs and benefits of our future practice, four more speakers took the stage to address how startups are disrupting the legal…
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  • legal profession heading

    Where Is Our Legal Profession Heading? (Part One)

    The Future Is Now. It certainly was two weeks ago when the Commission on Professionalism co-sponsored The Future is Now: Legal Services 2.016 conference with the American Bar Association Commission on the Future of Legal Services, the Illinois State Bar…
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CO Amends Regulatory Objectives Aligning With ABA Resolution 105

Non-traditional legal services has been a hot button issue in the legal profession thus far in 2016. Back in February at the American Bar Association’s Midyear Meeting, the ABA House of Delegates passed a resolution that created regulatory objectives for…
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Posted by on May 1, 2016

AZ Creates Civil Justice Reform Committee

Civil justice reform has been a popular topic in the legal community so far in 2016. After the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure came into effect, a push for more fair, speedy, and efficient justice has been…
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Posted by on April 25, 2016