Launching A New Report: "Civil Justice for All"

Launching A New Report: "Civil Justice for All"

On Sept. 24, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences hosted a discussion of Civil Justice for All, a new report from the Academy’s "Making Justice Accessible" project. The report illuminates the civil justice gap and while recommending solutions in the form of programs, partnerships, innovations, and a significant shift in mindset that extends the duty and capacity to assist those with legal need beyond lawyers.  

The event featured project Co-chairs Kenneth C. Frazier of Merck, John G. Levi of Sidley Austin, and Martha L. Minow of Harvard Law School, with David Rubenstein of The Carlyle Group serving as the moderator.  

Register for the event here.   

Making Justice Accessible: Designing Legal Services for the 21st Century, features a significant number of other ALI members including;   

Tonya L. Brito, University of Wisconsin Law School  
Matthew Diller, Fordham University School of Law  
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Supreme Court of California  
Risa L. Goluboff, UVA School of Law  
Nathan L. Hecht, Supreme Court of Texas  
Benjamin W. Heineman Jr., Harvard Law School; Harvard Kennedy School  
William C. Hubbard, University of South Carolina School of Law  
David F. Levi, Duke Law School  
Lance M. Liebman, Columbia Law School  
Jonathan Lippman, Latham & Watkins  
Margaret H. Marshall, Choate  
Judy Perry Martinez, Simon, Peragine, Smith & Redfearn  
Harriet E. Miers, Locke Lord  
Andrew M. Perlman, Suffolk University Law School  
Paul L. Reiber, Vermont Supreme Court  
Judith Resnik, Yale Law School  
James J. Sandman, Legal Services Corporation  
Diane P. Wood, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit  

Video courtsey of The American Academy of Arts & Sciences. 

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