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Remembering John Moye: Pioneering Attorney and Community Leader

Forty years after its inception, Moye White LLP announced founder John Moye died at age 77 from complications of Parkinson’s Disease. 

IAALS to Reassess Scope and Role in Light of the Pandemic

IAALS CEO David Yellen will step down later this month and the research center plans to reassess its scope and role.

IAALS CEO Announces Resignation, Brownstein, Holland & Hart Add One

This week, Colorado firms hired and promoted attorneys, finalists for a Fourth Judicial District opening were announced and more.

Family Law and Self Representation is a Window to Access to Justice Issues and New Business Markets

Looking at self representation in family law is a way to better understand the civil justice system, access to justice and new markets.

IAALS Path to Justice Summit: “Identifying Barriers to Equity in the Justice System”

The Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System hosted the first of two webinars, "Identifying Barriers to Equity in the Justice System” as part of their Paths to Justice Summit Series on Dec. 15.

The Justice Crisis in the U.S. ‘From Data to System Reform’

IAALS on Nov. 10 hosted a webinar discussing how to use key data from the U.S. Justice Needs survey to spark systemic changes.

US Justice Needs Report Gives Insight on Access to Justice, Average American Client

IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law partnered together to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans — resulting in the recently released U.S. Justice Needs report.

IAALS Promises Data of American Justice Needs in Soon-to-be-Released Study

IAALS and the Hague Institute for Innovation of Law have partnered together to try to gather more empirical data about the justice needs of Americans in the current world which will be released Sept. 1.