Category Archives: This Blog

Nice to Get ABA Journal Award

The AB Journal now does a Web 100 list honoring “the best of lawyers and the law on the web.”  They have included this blog this year on their list.  The logo signifying this award is on the right side … Continue reading

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Launching My New Patient Partnering Blog

I am launching http://www.patientpartnering.net, my new patient voice blog. As many of you know, I have had one marrow cancer for about four years, and this, together with the excellent care and patient participation opportunities I have gotten at Johns … Continue reading

Posted in Medical System Comparision, This Blog

A Collection of Prior Posts on My Politics Blog Relevant to Now

On my politics blog, I have a category that has focused on the possible implication of a Trump victory. Here is the link to the category, for those who might care to take a look at it. https://zorzapolitics.net/category/the-day-after/ I would … Continue reading

Posted in This Blog, Vocation

Meet Claudia Johnson’s Daughter Scarlet Johnson, Now Blogging Too

Everyone in our network knows Claudia Johnson, who frequently guest blogs in this space. But I bet you did not know that her daughter Scarlet Johnson is now a blogger too, launching her blogging with this contribution, which exudes her … Continue reading

Posted in Access to Justice Generally, Discrimination, Guest Bloggers, This Blog

Announcing the Access to Justice Blog Board of Commentators

I am pleased and proud to announce that fifteen thoughtful and distinguished friends of access to justice have agreed to become members of this blog’s Board of Commentators.  I am particularly pleased that not all are lawyers, since we have … Continue reading

Posted in Access to Justice Generally, This Blog

Sad and Glad

Many of you will know that in the Jewish tradition, part of the wedding ceremony is the breaking of glass by the bride and groom  Inevitably, there are many explanations, but the one that has meaning for me, as a … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Court Technology at Midtown Community Court’s 20th Anniversary

It is hard to believe that the 20th anniversary of Midtown Community Court is fast approaching.  While not the first drug court — that honor goes to Miami Dade — Midtown is broadly recognized as having played a major role … Continue reading

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