Talk Justice An LSC Podcast

Talk Justice An LSC Podcast

The Legal Services Corporation's Talk Justice podcast features leaders from the legal community, business and government exploring aspects of access to justice.

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August 9, 2022 32 min

Legal experts discuss the access-to-justice implications of the increasing number of climate emergencies in the U.S. and the role attorneys play. 


Ariadna Godreau Aubert, founder and executive director of Ayuda Legal Puerto Rico

Jeanne Ortiz-Ortiz, pro bono and strategic initiatives manager at Pro Bono Net

Linda Anderson Stanley, senior manager for disaster resilience programming at Equal Justice Works Ariadna

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Associate Justice Anne McKeig of the Minnesota Supreme Court joins Talk Justice to discuss her trailblazing legal career and how courts can expand access to justice. 

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July 12, 2022 30 min

Legal experts share their perspectives on the expungement process. 

In this episode, we're talking about criminal records – or at least, how to get rid of them. In the U.S. approximately 1/3 of all people have a criminal record. Having a criminal record can affect one's job, professional licensing, ability to get housing or government benefits and much more. 

While legal aid helps many navigate the, often difficult, process c...

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Newly appointed National Legal Aid & Defender Association (NLADA) President and CEO April Frazier Camara shares her goals for the NLADA and the personal history that led her to advocate for access to justice.  

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Is there a conservative case for supporting civil legal aid? Prominent conservative and libertarian thought leaders share their perspectives on access-to-justice issues and recent regulatory changes.

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As the justice system continues to digitize, more data is collected and accessible. This information is often a record of some of the darkest hour. The panel of privacy and data security experts discuss how the shift from paper file storage trades risks to losing the hard copies for unpredictable risks to loss of personal privacy and data being used in unexpected and potentially harmful ways long after their legal issue is resolved...

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Millions of Americans struggle with civil legal problems every day. However, many of the legal aid organizations funded by the LSC do not have the resources needed to meet the demand in the communities they serve. Instead, most low-income Americans do not have sufficient access to legal information, advice or representation.  

The new report updates and expands on LSC's 2017 Justice Gap Study, providing a fresh assessment of the...

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The presidents of the ABA and the Legal Services Corporation sit down on the latest episode of LSC's “Talk Justice” podcast to discuss the historic partnership between their organizations and new efforts to bolster legal aid and pro bono.

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Experts discuss how consumer debt lawsuits have come to dominate civil courts at the expense of low-income Americans on the latest episode of LSC's “Talk Justice" podcast.

Featured Guests: Erika Rickard, project director for civil legal system modernization at the Pew Charitable Trust; Ariel Levinson-Waldman, founding president of Tzedek DC; George Simons, founder and CEO of SoloSuit.

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March 22, 2022 41 min

The pandemic has changed the way pro bono legal services are delivered. A new report from the Association of Pro Bono Counsel examines the most positive developments and recommends which ones should be retained.

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Experts discuss new technology and other client-centered developments that are helping to close the justice gap in rural communities.

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Senior Advisor to the president and American Rescue Plan Coordinator Gene Sperling discusses implementing the historic $1.9 trillion rescue plan and what it means for access to justice.

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Experts look at soon-to-be launched launched Justice Technology Association and its plan to build community around efforts to provide innovative and accessible solutions to common legal issues. The association will support initiatives that seek to shape the consumer legal experience for the greater good, drive social impact, increase access to justice and grow the newly minted justice tech market.

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Experts discuss legal tech topics like data security, user-centered design, and the digital divide, which were at the forefront of this year’s LSC Innovations in Technology Conference.

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Experts discuss how the legal system operates in rural communities and how to expand access to justice in these regions on the latest episode of Talk Justice.

-hosted by Legal Service Corporation President Ron Flagg.

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December 28, 2021 33 min

A discussion of major developments in 2021 for access to justice and civil legal aid communities, legal technology and regulatory reform. 


Host: Jason Tashea, LSC Emerging Leaders Council

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Experts discuss how the pandemic and natural disasters affect domestic violence survivors on the latest episode of Talk Justice. Their conversation highlights how the legal system is responding to the increased threat.

Host: LSC President Ronald S. Flagg

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November 23, 2021 29 min

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused courts—previously slow to adopt new technology—to leap into prioritizing digital services. As legal aid and court services increase the use of online tools, there is a concern that people without access to technology and high-speed internet will be left behind. This gap, referred to as the “digital divide,” is the topic of the latest Talk Justice episode. 

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Veterans advocates discussed how unfavorable discharges, known as “bad paper,” prevent veterans from accessing the basic benefits and services they need on the latest episode of “Talk Justice,” the Legal Services Corporation’s (LSC) podcast.

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October 26, 2021 33 min

Legal experts discuss the role of data in understanding and implementing civil legal aid. Guests James Sandman, president emeritus of the Legal Services Corporation; David Udell, executive director of the National Center for Access to Justice (NCAJ); and Logan Cornett, director of research at the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS), join LSC Emerging Leaders Council member Jason Tashea to offer their ...

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