My Video on Five Ways to Incentivize Bar, Courts, Legal Tech and Nonprofits to Get Us to Access for All

Here is my second short video, made initially for the SRLN day at the Equal Justice Conference.  This one lays out five ways to use the power and threat of regulation/deregulation, and other incentives such as the tax code, to get the players to make the kind of changes that would get us to 100% access to justice.

These ideas are laid out briefly in this post.  Here is the video.

As with the prior video, I welcome comments, both about the substance, and about their utility as discussion-stimulating tools.

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