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Friday, March 18 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Atticus Finch, and Access: Bringing Quality and Affordable Legal Services to the Masses

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The spirit of Atticus Fitch lives on and the mission of giving a voice to all before the law remains a central reason that many become lawyers. And, yet, statistics reveal time and again that lawyers' repeated and valiant efforts to expand access to legal services have failed. In this session expect thoughtful, engaging dialogue tackling some central issues that have faced the profession for decades and some that are just now emerging.

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Mark Britton

CEO and Founder, Avvo Inc
Mark Britton / Mark is the founder and CEO of Avvo (www.avvo.com), the leading online legal marketplace connecting consumers and lawyers. Prior to founding Avvo, Mark was the executive vice president of Worldwide Corporate Affairs of InterActiveCorp Travel (IACT) and Expedia, Inc. (NSDQ: EXPE). In this position, Mark oversaw all accounting, finance, strategy, corporate development, legal, human resources and government relations functions for the... Read More →
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Margaret Hagan

Fellow & Lecturer, Stanford Law School
Margaret Hagan is a fellow at Stanford Law’s Center on the Legal Profession and a lecturer at Stanford Institute of Design (the d.school). / / She is a lawyer (JD, Stanford Law 2013) who also was a fellow at the d.school, where she launched the Legal Design Initiative, an R&D lab for legal services. She teaches project-based classes, with interdisciplinary student groups tackling legal challenges through user-focused research and design of... Read More →
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John Mayer

Executive Director, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
John Mayer has a BS in Computer Science and Masters in Computer Science from Northwestern University and Iliinois Institute of Technology respectively. He has been CALI's Executive Director since 1994. CALI is a 501(c)(3) consortium of US law schools that works at the intersection of technology, legal education and access to justice. CALI is the developer of A2J Author which has been used over 3.5 million times since its inception in 2005.


Friday March 18, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Astoria Room Third Level

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