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Thursday, January 14 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Expanding Stakeholder Engagement to Reach 100% Access

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Creating the 100% access to justice ecosystem requires a diverse infrastructure of services and delivery mechanisms among courts, legal aid, the bar and allied professionals, such as social workers, paralegals, counselors, educators, financial and medical professionals and more. This session will share some examples of successful models of innovative stakeholder engagement and the role of technology in supporting these relationships. Workshop participants will share their ideas for robust collaboration including legal education for partners, sharing resources and developing a “no wrong door” approach to services with a goal of providing more holistic and comprehensive solutions using technology.

Speakers
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Katherine Alteneder

Coordinator, Self-Represented Litigation Network
With a deep background in legal aid, the courts and private practice, Katherine's philosophy throughout her career has been to build common sense, consumer oriented solutions by learning, innovating and sharing. An early member of SRLN, she has led the Self-Represented Litigation Network since August 2013, designing and implementing a sophisticated cloud based IT infrastructure to support future growth and analytics with minimal administrative... Read More →
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Sandra Ambrozy

Senior Program Officer, The Kresge Foundation
As senior program officer for Human Services, Sandra McAlister Ambrozy reviews grant proposals from community-based nonprofit organizations and explores grantmaking opportunities that support The Kresge Foundation goals and values. As a member of Kresge’s Human Services team, Sandra helps shape and refine grantmaking so Kresge’s philanthropic dollars are used most effectively to build the capacity and extend the reach of human-services... Read More →
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Bonnie Rose Hough

Managing Attorney, Center for Families, Children & the Courts, Judicial Council of California
Bonnie Rose Hough is the Principal Managing Attorney for the Judicial Council of California’s Center for Families, Children & the Courts, where she has been employed since 1997. The focus of her work is on helping courts meet the needs of litigants who cannot afford counsel. She staffs the Shriver Civil Counsel Implementation Committee and manages the evaluation of that project. Her wonderful staff coordinates the California Courts Self-Help... Read More →
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Susan Stoney

Legal Services of Northern Virginia, Legal Services of Northern Virginia
As Deputy Director of Legal Services of Northern Virginia (LSNV), Susan represents low-income individuals in civil cases, supervises a staff of thirty attorneys and coordinates grant activities and program services throughout Northern Virginia. Susan also serves as a substitute judge for the Fairfax District Courts. Since 2014, Susan has served as a member of the Virginia Access to Justice Commission's Committee on Self-Represented Litigants... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2016 2:45pm - 4:00pm
San Antonio Ballroom - 3rd Flr 111 East Pecan Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

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