The 7th Annual Access to Justice Conference:
Transforming Legal Incubators and Virtual Law Practice
Presented by The Consortium for Access to Justice and
Hosted Online by Concord Law School at Purdue University Global
July 24, 2020, 11:30 AM - 6:00 PM Eastern Time
This free conference provides interactive online sessions and panels with legal incubator staff, participants, and practitioners.
Session topics include the following and more:
Legal incubators and sliding scale firms in a pandemic world
Virtual incubator management and mentoring
Building a stronger virtual practice
Marketing for legal incubators and participants
Transforming and preparing for the future
Join us for virtual networking and break-out sessions with speakers and attendees. Everyone is welcome to attend. Attendees will access conference sessions via the Schedule.
Thank you for your interest in the conference. Recordings of the conference sessions are now available.
About the Consortium for Access to Justice and Concord Law School
The Consortium for Access to Justice (CA2J) is a public-interest organization with a mission of promoting legal incubators, not-for-profit law firms, and other programs addressing the justice gap.
Concord Law School at Purdue University Global is the nation’s first online law school and was the first to participate remotely in a legal incubator. Collaborating with the Consortium reflects the school’s commitment to promoting more affordable and accessible legal education and legal services.
Dedicated in Memoriam to Anthony M. Medina
Dedicated in memoriam to Anthony M. Medina. A passionate community activist and attorney, Anthony founded People’s Legal Services in San Diego, a model non-profit sliding-scale law firm designed to increase access to affordable legal services. Anthony’s career embodied the spirit of the incubator movement. His commitment for justice and the community lives on through us.