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Wouldn't you want a second chance?

This National Reentry Week, Prop 47 and expungement clinics allow individuals to move past their offenses and rejoin our communities.

By Maureen Slack, OneJustice Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Legal Fellow… 734 more words

The OneJustice Network

Ask A Lawyer In the Library – Wednesday Wrap-Up

On Wednesday, April 27, 2016, Paul Farmer of Gormley, Jarashow and Bowman, was the “lawyer in the library” who assisted five people with legal issues such as estates, conspiracy, administrative appeals and collecting a judgment.  98 more words


Free legal clinics offered by @AZStateBar on April 30 for #LawDay

Today, here is some news you may be able to use—and definitely news you can share. (And please do!)

The State Bar of Arizona is hosting its… 135 more words

Legal Events

Supreme Court Nominee Garland's Perhaps Unprecedented Speech Today Highlights Access to Justice

The normal rule is that Supreme Court nominees do not give speeches or interviews to the media.  But, then, the normal rule is also that the Senate does not block a highly respected and previously easily confirmed nominee a few minutes after the announcement of the nomination.  267 more words

Access To Justice Generally

JobBlog: Non-Profit Website Redesign

This is a compilation of several blogpost articles which documented my pro-bono design work with a nonprofit org, “in realtime” as it happened.  Here are the solutions and wireframes.

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JobBlog: Heuristic Analysis

Solutions:  Scale, Scope, Agenda

Based on our initial evaluation of the legacy website, we already have a thumbnail impression of what’s good, what’s not and what’s missing – as well as a sense of what we need to do about each. 776 more words


JobBlog: Anatomy of a Redesign

Background … and Process

This series is the working record of a pro bono project  – working with a non-profit organization to redesign their existing website.    1,173 more words