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We spend a lot of time looking at what’s not working in the fight for access to justice, and rightfully so - there IS still quite a bit of work to be done.But that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate some wins along the way and yes, there are plenty of those to talk...read more
In a 2015 Urban Institute study, the percentage of inmates with a mental disorder sits right around the halfway mark. That’s federal (45%), state (56%) and county jail inmates (64%), and the problem isn’t getting any better. In fact, the largest jails and prisons have...read more
Wait… FJTC hires lawyers? That was the topic of discussion during Joyce Raby’s presentation at NALP’s 2018 Annual Education Conference. The National Association of Law Placement is a champion of education and standards for recruiting, professional and career...read more
Press Release – 04/30/18 FJTC secures approval from Florida Bar to offer CLE’s to Hackathon participants. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA April 30, 2018 – Florida Justice Technology Center (FJTC) has secured approval from the Florida Bar to offer CLE’s to participants of the...read more
We’ve been busy here at FJTC… so busy in fact, that we’ve expanded our team! Say hello to the newest members of FJTC! Susan Harrell, Project Manager Susan Harrell is an award-winning, PMP-certified project manager and CEO of ProjectAlly Group, LLC. She’ll be working...read more
ABA President, Hilarie Bass, delivered the keynote address at the sixth annual CodeX FutureLaw 2018 conference earlier this month, encouraging attendees to “continue to be bold, adventurous and creative,” when it comes to the integration of technology in the practice...read more
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