Legal Rebels Profiles

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Ray Gallo’s Leverage app automates a lot of the administrative work involved in mass actions

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Vivek Maru: Drawing the arc to global justice

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Salt Lake City firm Open Legal Services operates as a nonprofit, keeping hourly rates low

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Meet our 2015 Legal Rebels

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Introducing the 2015 Legal Rebels

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Gerald Abila’s Barefoot Law helps Ugandans use smartphones to learn about their legal rights

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Ronald Deibert’s ‘CSI of cyberspace’ exposes global injustice and promotes cybersecurity

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‘You can’t incarcerate away drug problems,’ says Ann Aiken, who proposed a tech tool for parolees

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Emma Greenwood helps the defense bar integrate tech—and levels the criminal justice playing field

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Canada’s Colin Lachance is blazing a ‘new frontier for free legal information’

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Wevorce CEO Michelle Crosby is shaking up the adversarial divorce process

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Seeing the possibilities of automation, Tim Hwang is working toward the death of practice-as-usual

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How Patrice Perkins creatively serves her creative clients

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Gavin McGrane hopes to set the pace for documents with PacerPro

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Legal Rebels 2014

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Meet the 2014 Legal Rebels

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Law students can collaborate globally to solve problems in the industry, says Michele DeStefano

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How patent lawyer Raj Abhyanker developed a $8.5M book of business with Trademarkia

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Law firm incubators help both grads and needy clients, Fred Rooney says

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To cut costs, cut associates’ billable hours through technology, says Casey Flaherty