Miguel Willis, executive director of Access to Justice Tech Fellows, discussed the summer fellowships for law students looking to create equitable legal access for low-income people. He also expressed a vision for the careers and opportunities these fellows will develop after law school.
Carolyn Elefant, owner of MyShingle.com and author of Solo By Choice, described the challenges solo attorneys face and the concerns they express around providing legal services to DIY clients. She urged state bars and malpractice insurers to provide guidance and coverage to lawyers offering these unbundled legal services.
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