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The Justice Gap and How to Achieve Equal Justice for All - Webcast Replay 1

Learn a brief background of the factors that limit access to legal resources. Once we understand the problem, the speakers will provide some proactive tips for what attorneys can do to help. Topics covered will include not only the importance of pro bono work, but also some more practical tips covering topics attorneys need to consider when working with low income clients that may differ from their typical clients.
Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM
Originally part of the IICLE Ethics Institute 2022
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Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM

The Justice Gap and How to Achieve Equal Justice for All
(1.0 Diversity and Inclusion PR Credit, pending approval)
Learn a brief background of the factors that limit access to legal resources. Once we understand the problem, the speakers will provide some proactive tips for what attorneys can do to help. Topics covered will include not only the importance of pro bono work, but also some more practical tips covering topics attorneys need to consider when working with low income clients that may differ from their typical clients.
Kim Thielbar, Prairie State Legal Services, Chicago
Mary Petruchius, Prairie State Legal Services, Chicago

Live Webcast Replay on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM

The Justice Gap and How to Achieve Equal Justice for All
(1.0 Diversity and Inclusion PR Credit, pending approval)
Learn a brief background of the factors that limit access to legal resources. Once we understand the problem, the speakers will provide some proactive tips for what attorneys can do to help. Topics covered will include not only the importance of pro bono work, but also some more practical tips covering topics attorneys need to consider when working with low income clients that may differ from their typical clients.
Kim Thielbar, Prairie State Legal Services, Chicago
Mary Petruchius, Prairie State Legal Services, Chicago

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