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Interview

A2J Interview

Keri Coleman Norris: Moving Forward With LegalShield

Mary Juetten's Q&A with LegalShield's SVP of Regulatory Affairs.

Mary Juetten - May 20, 2019

Benjamin Farrow: Small Steps Make a Big Impact in Supporting Access to Justice

Mary Juetten's Q&A with Benjamin Farrow of The Anderson Law Firm.

Mary Juetten - May 18, 2019
David Cowan- Helping People Get Access to Justice Is a Calling

David Cowan: Helping People Get Access to Justice Is a Calling

In this A2J Q&A, "stand up" California attorney David Cowan talks about breaking down walls and making accessibility to attorneys easier.

Mary Juetten - April 27, 2019
Laura Berlin- A Voice for the Voiceless

Laura Berlin: ‘A Voice for the Voiceless’

In this A2J Q&A, meet the supervising attorney at the LegalShield Missouri provider firm Dubail Judge P.C.

Mary Juetten - April 19, 2019

Sarah G. Kieny: Law Nights’ Support for Single Parents

Mary Juetten interviews Sarah Kierny, a Denver lawyer working to expand "Law Nights" — a volunteer program that offers access to legal services to disadvantaged single parents who are transitioning to self-support.

Mary Juetten - September 26, 2018
Ruth Carter non-paying clients

Running a Modern Law Firm: Interview with Billie Tarascio

Billie Tarascio is one of those lawyers who I love to watch to see what she’s doing next.

Ruth Carter - September 12, 2018
Wayne Hassay

Wayne Hassay: Embracing Legal Services Plans Is Good for Lawyers, Good for Access to Justice

Q&A with Mary Juetten and Wayne Hassay: Steady income from high-volume, affordable legal services is fuel for this midsize law firm's growth.

Mary Juetten - August 21, 2018

10 Minutes with Legal Tech Entrepreneur James Jones Jr.

James Jones Jr. bumped up against a problem most new lawyers face when he first hung his shingle: where to find clients. That later led to a big idea. After practicing law for a decade, Jones and co-founder Kristina Jones launched Court Buddy in ...

Luigi Benetton - June 15, 2017
Managing

Burton Law: Virtual by Design

"Stephanie hated me at first. She thought I was really annoying." Chad Burton "I thought Chad was trying to pump me for free ...

Jared Correia - October 10, 2013