Archive for the ‘eLawyering’ Category

Article in Legal IT Today: The Engagement Game

I wrote an article about the use of games for legal services in the March issue of Legal IT Today, an online legal tech publication. You can read the full article starting on page 31 of the publication.

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ABA Journal Article on Virtual Practice

The ABA Journal published an article entitled “Lawyers’ definitions of virtual practice vary, but not when it comes to finding success”. The article runs through the different definitions of virtual law practice and the wide variety of ways that lawyers are choosing to deliver legal services online.

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Reinventing the Practice of Law: The Book

Reinventing the Practice of Law: Emerging Models to Enhance Affordable Legal Services, edited by Professor Luz Herrera, has been published this week by the ABA. This book is full of practical ideas that could significantly increase access to justice.

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15 Questions Before Unbundling Legal Services

I was thrilled to read that unbundling was mentioned several times at Reinvent Law in NYC last Friday. Unbundling, or limited scope representation, is the primary delivery method used by many of the newer, online methods of legal service delivery.

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Game for Legal Services Launched. Giving Away Virtual Practice Materials for Donations.

The RocketHub crowdfund campaign was launched yesterday to raise funds to build out the estate planning game, Estate Quest. Funds will be used to build out four additional levels of the game, playtest, refine, and provide to the public to play for free. In exchange for donations, I’m giving away some signed copies of my books, a bundle of books, legal tech resources, legal tech consulting time, and some other interesting gifts.

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Get Your Game On: Presentation on Legal Games

Below are the slides for a presentation I’ll be giving at the annual LSC TIG conference this week with Teri Ross, Program Director at Illinois Legal Aid Online. They cover basic info about games and why we believe they can be used to educate and direct the public to legal services. We will also be going into an explanation of the two games in development and how to go about developing other games for legal services.

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