Written by Saron Berhe
A recent article in National magazine by Mitch Kowalski, How to Make a Law Firm Float, provides an in-depth look at the Australian law firm Slater & Gordon Limited. This firm has paved the way for other flourishing law firms around the world by showing them how to run a law firm that provides excellent customer service as well as excellent legal services.
Written by Danny Foster
Recently, we wrote a guest post for our friends over at UpCounsel on Fee Sharing, Innovation, and the Consumer Interest. You’ll have to click through to read the whole thing, but (briefly) the argument runs as follows:
Written by Tom Gordon
Richard Zorza has an excellent blog post this week on a new program announced in New York Chief Judge Lippman’s 2014 State of the Judiciary Speech. The Court Navigator pilot program will provide “trained volunteer non-lawyers” to help unrepresented New Yorkers in Brooklyn and the Bronx navigate Housing Court and consumer debt cases. Here at Responsive Law, we have long argued that providing consumers with non-lawyer options for legal assistance is a core issue for providing real access to justice throughout society. We applaud Chief Judge Lippman’s continued efforts to address the legal needs of the most vulnerable New Yorkers.