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The 2019 Innovations in Technology Conference will be held at the JW Marriott New Orleans, 614 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. All attendees must register using the conference registration website
Thursday, January 10 • 1:45pm - 3:00pm
Connecting Tech-Savvy Law Students with Legal Aid Organizations

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Organizations struggle to find qualified individuals interested and trained in Access to Justice (ATJ) technologies. How can the legal aid community seed interest in tech opportunities and make them readily available to law students? How can organizations make sure they choose the right applicant for the job and maximize the effectiveness of the employee? This panel will: explore ways to get law students involved in legal technology prior to graduation, provide insight as recent graduates of the ATJ Tech Fellows Program, and discuss ways to reach qualified applicants. Panelists from host organizations will discuss hiring strategies, how to find qualified applicants, what traits to look for, and how to use supervisory roles that support a beneficial relationship between organization and student. In addition, panelists will provide advice on adding tech legal clerks and staff into their organization. Attendees will be asked to share experiences hiring or serving as tech legal clerks. Panelists will help organizations who want to introduce law students into their workforce and current ATJ tech and help law students who aspire to get into the legal technology field.

Speakers
avatar for Talia Boiangin

Talia Boiangin

2018 ATJ Tech Fellow, University of Miami Law School
Talia is a second-year law student at the University of Miami. She is passionate about technology and policy relating to technology. Before law school, Talia worked with Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI), a non-profit organization that advocates for technological, social, and legal... Read More →
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Stephen Caines

2018 Access to Justice Technology Fellow, University of Miami School of Law
Stephen Caines is a third-year law student at the University of Miami. He is a New York native and 2018 Access to Justice Technology Fellow. Stephen is earning a concentration in Business, Innovation, Law, and Technology. His coursework has included Law, Policy, and Technology, Digital... Read More →
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Josh Lazar

Senior Director of Information Technology, Community Legal Services of Mid-FL
Josh Lazar is the Senior Director of Information Technology at Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, a nonprofit law firm striving to provide access to justice through high quality legal assistance to low-income persons. His career experiences span undergraduate collegiate education... Read More →
avatar for Ilenia Sanchez-Bryson

Ilenia Sanchez-Bryson

Chief Information Officer, Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.
| Ilenia Sanchez-Bryson works with staff at every level of Legal Services of Greater Miami and across the legal services community to use technology to improve performance. Ilenia believes that technology is just a tool to improve the way we serve the community and therefore focuses... Read More →


Thursday January 10, 2019 1:45pm - 3:00pm
St. Jerome 3rd Floor

Attendees (31)