597 ABA Journal Legal Rebels articles.
Immigration is an area of law that lends itself well to technological innovations. It is in that intersection in which immigration lawyer Greg Siskind does his work.
Jul 20, 2022 8:36 AM CDT
A professor talks to the ABA Journal’s Victor Li about New York-based company Upsolve’s lawsuit regarding UPL rules and access-to-justice issues in general.
Jun 15, 2022 8:33 AM CDT
JusticeText, a technology platform that assists public defenders with processing video and audio evidence, recently won a pitch competition at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas. The creators of JusticeText were featured as 2022 Legal Rebels by the ABA Journal in February.
Mar 21, 2022 10:30 AM CDT#AppellateTwitter community from across the country responded with both substantive advice about appearing before the nation's highest court and practical tips such as bringing quarters so he could use one of the court's lockers to stow his belongings.
Feb 1, 2022 12:06 AM CST
As Erin Levine grew her own family law firm in California, she noticed several consistent challenges her clients and other parties faced when going through a divorce that made an…
Feb 1, 2022 12:05 AM CST
Scott Kelly ended up in law in the same way a lot of people do.
He grew up near Kansas City, Kansas, and became interested in politics and influencing the…
Feb 1, 2022 12:04 AM CST
JusticeText reviews video and audio files and generates searchable transcripts of them. The technology uses a speech-to-text machine learning algorithm to process data such as body camera videos and recordings of jailhouse conversations for users.
Feb 1, 2022 12:03 AM CST
Feb 1, 2022 12:02 AM CST
Tom Martin created LawDroid Builder, a “no-code” software platform that allows legal organizations to design custom chatbots to intake clients, automate documents and assemble digital tools.
Feb 1, 2022 12:01 AM CST
For this year’s class of Legal Rebels, standing pat before, during or after the pandemic was never an option. They all work in the hopes of building a better tomorrow—regardless of what it looks like or when it arrives.
Feb 1, 2022 12:00 AM CST
The leadership of Justice Constandinos “Deno” Himonas and John Lund paved the way for the Utah Supreme Court’s unanimous vote in August to adopt a package of sweeping regulatory changes.
Feb 1, 2021 1:10 AM CST
Court is less intimidating on screen, Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack says. “When you are in the comfort of your own home, where you feel safe and secure, it’s easier to feel confident in letting the court know what’s on your mind.”
Feb 1, 2021 1:00 AM CST
As COVID-19 spread through New York City and shuttered its courthouses in March 2020, Sateesh Nori realized JustFix.nyc could do even more to empower tenants to exercise their rights during the pandemic.
Feb 1, 2021 12:50 AM CST
Reardon is a great listener who gets people’s support by understanding their agendas and emotions. “She plays the long game, not the short game. She never comes in and jams something down people’s throats,” law professor William Henderson says.
Feb 1, 2021 12:30 AM CST
Soon after his 2013 election to the bench in Louisiana’s 24th Judicial District, Judge Scott Schlegel started looking for ways to repurpose technology common in the private sector for deployment in the court system.
Feb 1, 2021 12:20 AM CST