ABA Journal

Legal Rebels Profiles

Richard Susskind sees 'rosy future' for law--if it embraces technology (podcast)

Hertfordshire, England

Technology? 'It's here, it's good--do it,' Ernie Svenson urges (podcast)

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Deal Maker: Paul Sweeney, Foley Hoag

Partner, Foley Hoag, Boston, Massachusetts

Billie Tarascio: Her law firm is her lab



Access Legal


Phoenix, Arizona

Jordan Thomas Wrote the Rules on--and Represents--Whistleblowers

: Silent No More

Plaintiff lawyer, Labaton Sucharow, New York, New York

John Tredennick of Catalyst took the lead in the '80s to bring tech to his law firm (podcast)

Denver, Colorado

Suzanne E. Turner: Global Pro Bono

: Working to make pro bono international

Partner, Dechert, Washington, D.C.

Jae Um: A 'Star Wars' shortcut

Founder and Executive Director


Six Parsecs



David Van Zandt: Purple Praise

: Taking a business approach to legal education

Dean, Northwestern University Law School, Chicago, Illinois

CodeX co-founder caught the entrepreneurial bug at Stanford (podcast)

Silicon Valley, California

Laurie White: Using lifers to help other inmates re-enter society



Criminal District Court of Orleans Parish


New Orleans, Louisiana

Charles Kenji Whitehead: Teaching startup law as startup products start up


Charles Kenji Whitehead



Cornell Law School


Ithaca, New York

Michael Will: With the Program

: Designing software that helps lawyers work better and faster

Founder and chief technology officer, Derivative Services and docGenix, New York, New York

Miguel Willis: Bringing law to the last frontier

Program Director


Access to Justice Technology Fellows Program


Seattle, Washington

Pamela Woldow: Point Person

: Navigating into the future of the legal profession

Principal, Altman Weil, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania

J. Kim Wright: Collaborator

: Promoting curative, therapeutic and holistic law

Managing attorney, Healer of Conflicts Law & Conflict Resolution Center, Asheville, North Carolina

Mindy Yocum: Making the system work for modest-means clients


Mindy Yocum



Yocum Law Office


Columbus, Ohio

Nikki Zeichner uses data to give new perspectives on parole and incarceration



Parole Hearing Data Project


San Francisco, California

Jonathan Zittrain: Fighting 'link rot' in court opinions and legal scholarship


Fighting ‘link rot’ in court opinions and legal scholarship



Harvard University Law School


Cambridge, Massachusetts

V. David Zvenyach: Professional legal hacker

Executive Director


18F, General Services Administration


Washington, D.C.

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