Category Archives: Public Welfare Foundation

Another “Roles Beyond Lawyers” Evaluation Adds To the Very Encouraging Mosaic and Highlights Need For Replication Support

This week, the Preliminary Evaluation of the Washington State Limited License Legal Technician (LLLT) program, performed by the National Center for State Courts and the American Bar Foundation, was released.  The basic idea of the program is to permit certain … Continue reading

Posted in 100% Access Strategy and Campaign, Bar Associations, Court Management, De-Regulation, Law Schools, Legal Aid, Legal Ethics, Mixed Model, Non-Lawyer Practice, Public Welfare Foundation, Research and Evalation, Systematic Change, Triage | 1 Comment

Mary McClymont Announces Her Late 2017 Departure as President of Public Welfare Foundation

Sometimes a blogger has the joy of sharing good newss.  But sometimes you have to be the sharer of sad news. Today, Mary McClymont has announced that she will be leaving as President of the Public Welfare Foundation, effective when … Continue reading

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