Talk Justice: Episode One
In this episode of Talk Justice, moderator Jason Tashea and three leaders of the legal technology community discuss how portals, no-code automation, online classrooms and other developments are expanding and improving pro bono efforts. Paladin Co-Founder Kristen Sonday, Documate Co-Founder Dorna Moini, and LSC’s Program Analyst for Technology Jane Ribadeneyra also discuss how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting pro bono and whether innovations developed to address the challenges posed by the pandemic might permanently influence the way pro bono is delivered.
|Dorna Moini is the founder of Documate, a no-code platform for building document automation and expert systems. She runs the Legal Innovations Lab at USC Gould School of Law and is a member of LSC's Emerging Leaders Council.
|Jane Ribadeneyra joined the Legal Services Corporation in 2009 as a program analyst for technology. She oversees Technology Initiative Grant projects to develop and replicate technologies that improve client access to high-quality legal information and pro se assistance throughout the United States and its territories. She chairs the Self-Represented Litigation Network’s Forms and Technology working group.|
|Kristen Sonday is the Co-Founder and COO of Paladin, whose mission is to increase access to justice by helping legal teams run more efficient pro bono programs. She Co-Chairs LSC's Emerging Leaders Council and hosts an ATJ tech column for Thomson Reuters' Legal Executive Institute.|
|Jason Tashea is a member of LSC's Emerging Leaders Council and writes about the intersection of technology, policy, and law. He is also the editor of the JusticeTech Download newsletter.|