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Tuesday, November 17 • 10:00am - 11:30am
Regulatory Reform as an Access to Justice Imperative

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This session will bring together leading U.S. reformers that are at the cutting edge of efforts to reform rules that prohibit non-lawyers from using their knowledge of the law to help other people. We will also hear from Canada, where in the province of Ontario thousands of independent community paralegals deliver legal services without lawyer supervision. Panelists will share why they see regulatory reform as an access to justice imperative, and describe the steps they are taking to mitigate any fears of consumer harm.

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in Spanish for this session. 

Keynote
  • Rebecca Sandefur, Professor, The Sanford School, Arizona State University and Faculty Fellow at the American Bar Foundation

Panelists:
  • Bridget Gramme, Administrative Director and Adjunct Law Professor, Center for Public Interest Law, University of San Diego School of Law
  • Stacy Butler, Professor of Practice; Director, Innovation for Justice Program, University of Arizona Law School
  • Will Morrison, Strategic Policy Counsel, Law Society of Ontario
  • Rebecca Sandefur, Professor, The Sanford School, Arizona State University and Faculty Fellow at the American Bar Foundation
Moderator:
  • David Udell, Executive Director, National Center for Access to Justice




Tuesday November 17, 2020 10:00am - 11:30am PST
Zoom