Tag:pandemic

Innovating Court: How Judges Across the Country Are Using Tech to Increase Access to Justice

Three years after COVID-19, state courts nationwide are using technology to improve appearance rates, access to justice and more.

Justice Department Announces Rachel Rossi as Director of the Recently Restored Office for Access to Justice

Deputy Associate Attorney General Rachel Rossi was appointed as director of the recently restored Office for Access to Justice.

10th Circuit Vacates Denver Homeless Camp Sweep Order

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a camping ban class action case, the latest legal chapter in Denver's "sweeps" and homelessness.

Supply Chain Disruptions, Staffing Shortages — What Businesses Can Do About It All

Dan Harris, Robert Hensley and Len MacPhee discussed all things supply chain in Law Week’s March 2022 roundtable discussion.

Colorado Bar Exam Returns In-Person With COVID Precautions

The February Colorado Bar Exam will be held in person next week, the first in-person bar exam since July 2020.

Pandemic Drove Historic Lows for Prisoner and Parolee Rates

Prisoner and parole populations in Colorado and the U.S. hit historic lows in 2020, but local predictions expect a steady bounce-back.

Colorado Company MicroForce Indicted for False COVID Claims

According to Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office, the company stole more than $250,000 from its clients in 2020.

ABA TechReport Shows the Legal Industry Slow to Use New Technology, Despite Pandemic

The ABA published its annual technology report. This year’s report captured the impacts of the pandemic on tech trends.