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Exciting Job Position at ABA on Access to Justice.

The ABA is listing the following job: Director of the ABA Resource Center for Access to Justice Initiative This position serves as the Director of the ABA Resource Center for Access to Justice Initiatives. The Resource Center, operating under the … Continue reading

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Briefly I Really Was the National Poster Child for Aging!

Yes, really, for a short time, if you went to the National Institute on Aging website, you got so see a photo of me in front of a laptop and holding a phone. (Here is a link to the photo … Continue reading

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A Couple of Thoughts on Getting the ABA Brown Award

I know you should not use you blog to brag, but anyway.  .  . I am deeply appreciative that I will be getting a lifetime achievement award from  the ABA Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services — the … Continue reading

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Martha Bergmark’s Son’s Film Featured in Washington Post

Many, of not most, of the readers of this blog are well familiar with Martha Bergmark and her wonderful work, including as VP of NLADA and as head of the groundbreaking Mississippi Center for Justice.  Martha will be taking charge … Continue reading

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When Family Court Gets It Really Right — A New York Story

I’m not going to spoil this story by telling you everything that happens, but read this. The first para is: The story of how Danny and I were married last July in a Manhattan courtroom, with our son, Kevin, beside … Continue reading

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Making the Law Public

Here is an interesting post about the problem of law that governs the public not being publicly accessible. Specifically, the problem is that some laws incorporate by reference standards that have been established by non-governmental entities that can only be … Continue reading

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A Perspective on Human Decency

This is only about justice in the broadest sense. I am just back from the Ukraine, with my aunt showing us, including our almost eleven year old grandson, how she survived the Holocaust. There we are, walking down the street along … Continue reading

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