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Friday, January 15 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Wormhole to the Future

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This session will challenge experienced members of the legal aid technology community to envision and predict what technologies of the near future will become important - not the low hanging fruit, but the potentially disruptive technologies and players that may revolutionize our space and leave behind programs that can't adapt. The idea is to shock, inspire, and challenge attendees to also try to peer into the future, and be ready for it.

Speakers
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Jeff Hogue

Operations and Community Relations, LegalServer
Jeff Hogue is the Community Relations Coordinator for Legal Server, which provides technology solutions for legal aid providers. Prior to his current position, he served as a legal aid attorney for 14 years and has led a number of innovative technology and legal aid projects. Mr. Hogue serves on the NYSBA Committee on Legal Aid, served on the Technology Working Group of the Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York, and is... Read More →
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Joan Holman

Chief Information Officer, Strasburger & Price
Joan Holman, from Dallas, TX is the Chief Information Officer of Strasburger & Price. Prior to her time at the firm, Joan has worked in a variety of industries on the IT side of the house; from financial services to telecomm, environmental services and life sciences, Joan has an extensive background in helping organizations to utilize technology to help meet their mission and goals.
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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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Rochelle Klempner

Chief Counsel, NYS Courts Access to Justice Program
Rochelle Klempner is the Chief Counsel of the New York State Courts Access to Justice Program. She primarily works on technology-based tools, self-help resources and volunteer lawyer programs for litigants who do not have an attorney. This includes the development of plain language forms, publications and videos, the NYCourtHelp.gov website, as well as, creation, implementation and promotion of NYS DIY Form document assembly programs. Ms... Read More →
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Josh Lazar

Director of Information Technology, CLSMF
Josh Lazar is the Director of Information Technology at Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, with a broad career experiences that span small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. The IT vision at CLSMF is to provide clients increased access to legal services by providing a mobile computing environment to our employees. Through this vision, the IT team at CLSMF will change the Information Technology department to the Innovation and... Read More →
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John Mayer

Executive Director, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
John Mayer has a BS in Computer Science and Masters in Computer Science from Northwestern University and Iliinois Institute of Technology respectively. He has been CALI's Executive Director since 1994. CALI is a 501(c)(3) consortium of US law schools that works at the intersection of technology, legal education and access to justice. CALI is the developer of A2J Author which has been used over 3.5 million times since its inception in 2005.


Friday January 15, 2016 9:30am - 10:45am
San Antonio Ballroom - 3rd Flr 111 East Pecan Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

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