Lunchtime Workshop: How Twitter Can Get You a Job and Prepare you for the Future of Law
Join us on February 24, 2020 from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 118 of the James E. Rogers College of Law. A panel featuring visiting TechLaw professor Dan Rodriguez, ABA Chair for Legal Innovation and Dean Emeritus of Northwestern University School of Law, will discuss how legal innovation thought leaders are leveraging Twitter to drive change (and Twitter nuts and bolts you can use).
Trauma-Informed Lawyering: A Free CLE
October 28, 2019
Jamie Beck, President and Managing Attorney of Free to Thrive, shared her work with human trafficking survivors, provided an overview of the impact of trauma on clients and lawyers, and offered tools for working with clients in a trauma-informed manner to avoid re-traumatization and encourage positive case outcomes.
Community-Led Workshop: Understanding the Needs of Human Trafficking Survivors
August 23, 2019
i4J hosted a community-led workshop attended by over 40 members of the community, who worked with graduate students in the fall i4J course to understand the barriers and challenges experienced by human trafficking survivors as they exit trafficking. The expertise and insight shared at this workshop will help shape i4J's work on the 2019-2020 challenge, "Meeting the Needs of Human Trafficking Survivors," in partnership with University of San Diego College of Law, Duke School of Law and Harvard Law School. Thanks to all of our community participants!
April 2, 2019
Students shared works-in-progress as they tackled the challenge of designing a new tier of legal professional in partnership with Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse.
Innovating Legal Services
Jan. 22, 2019
Panel discussion with Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Scott Bales, Arizona State Bar President Jeffrey Willis and Arizona Access to Justice Commission Chair Lawrence F. Winthrop on changes facing the civil legal profession. Click here for CLE materials