ABA Journal

Legal Rebels Profiles

J.J. Prescott: Go to court without leaving home


Go to court without leaving home



University of Michigan Law School


Ann Arbor, Michigan

Tech is not the only answer to legal aid issues, justice center director Joyce Raby says (podcast)

Tampa, Florida

Adam Reich: Media Man

: Using media to free a client

Graduate, University of Southern California Law School, Los Angeles, California

Deborah Rhode is at war with complacency (podcast)

Stanford, California

Kyle Rimel: Using technology to bring court services to remote areas

Court technology systems manager


Mohave County Superior Court IT


Mohave County, Arizona

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

: Incubating Law

Central Islip, New York

For Fastcase founders, the message is: Change, and do it faster! (podcast)

New York, New York

Professor Tanina Rostain has her students developing access-to-justice apps



Georgetown University Law Center


Washington, D.C.

Mike Roster: The Cost of Value

: Demanding increased value of services

Steering committee chair, ACC Value Challenge, San Francisco, California

Basha Rubin and Mirra Levitt: Doing it with data

CEO and Co-Founder




New York City, New York

Could 80 percent of cases be resolved through online dispute resolution? (podcast)

vice president of online dispute resolution


Tyler Technologies


Philippa Ryan: Developing trust through blockchain



University of Technology Sydney


Sydney, Australia

Gurinder Sangha: Writing off legal troubles


Writing off legal troubles



Lit IQ


New York City, New York

Dan Schwartz: Bar Known

: Bringing his state bar into the Internet age

Partner, Pullman & Comley, Hartford, Connecticut

Marjorie Shultz: Up to the Test

: Designing a race-balanced law exam

Professor emeritus, University of California at Berkeley's Boalt Hall, Berkeley, California

Rodney Smolla: Running a New Play

: Revamping law school in a practical mode

Former dean, Washington & Lee School of Law, Lexington, Virginia

Lisa Solomon found the time was right for her career in online legal research (podcast)

New York, New York

Tim Stanley: Big Giver

: Founding free legal websites

Founder, Findlaw, San Francisco, California

Ronald Staudt: Web + Law = A2J

: Tying legal aid to technology

Professor, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois

Justia's Stacy Stern finds real profit in making things free (podcast)

Mountain View, California

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