How to advocate for a more equitable legal system
Join this access to justice session on July 22, 2020, as part of our virtual series of Innovate Legal July Meetups focused on personal development for legal professionals.
This meetup will feature a panel of legal and social justice advocates who will discuss how to fight for equal justice and spark policy change within the legal system. The session will explain what equal justice means for lawyers, and it will touch on topics such as how to become a better advocate; resources needed for better access; and the impact technology will have on making legal services accessible to all. Following the panel presentations, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A to delve deeper into the topics with the panelists.
- A virtual platform for learning and engagement among legal professionals
- Hosted by Clio, featuring moderator Jerome Wilhort, Account Manager at Clio, and panelists Tiffany Graves, Pro Bono Counsel at Bradley; Mike Semanchik, Managing Attorney at California Innocence Project; and C. Raphael Davis-Williams, Director of Equality and Inclusion at ACLU of Ohio.
- Duration: 75 Minutes (45 minutes of panel discussion + 30 minutes of Q&A)
- Not approved for CLE Credit