ABA Journal

Legal Rebels Profiles

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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