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Why You Should Attend
In collaboration with the Legal Services Corporation’s 2021 Innovations in Technology Conference (ITC2021), PLI is offering this half day program focusing on models for remote legal services delivery. Attorneys and allied professionals working to expand access to justice should attend this program to learn how to improve remote legal services delivery to low-income and hard-to-reach populations through evolving best practices and technological innovations. Experienced practitioners will address challenges in remotely connecting legal aid and nonprofit organizations, staff, clients, and volunteers, and will offer strategies and solutions based on the speakers’ COVID-19 response, disaster recovery, and other remote legal services delivery efforts and experiences.
What You Will Learn
- Best practices and models for delivering legal aid services remotely to low-income and hard-to-reach populations
- Technology strategies to facilitate legal aid information during emergencies, in rapid response situations, and with an eye toward inclusiveness and accessibility
- Ethical lawyering when providing remote legal services to low-income clients
Who Should Attend
Legal services and nonprofit managers, attorneys, and allied professionals, whether thinking organizationally or seeking strategies for their own individual practice, should attend this program to learn key approaches for offering remote legal aid services during the pandemic and beyond.