Innovating Pro Bono

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Some estimates show that over 65% of legal needs in the United States are not met because most people simply cannot afford attorneys. Pro bono work can help bridge that gap, but as attorneys who have worked on pro bono cases know, it’s often difficult to find and manage pro bono cases. That’s what inspired Felicity Conrad to start Paladin, a platform that helps companies and law firms manage their pro bono work. Join us for Anand’s conversation with Felicity about problems in the way the legal industry does pro bono work, how technology can be leveraged to fix it, and the access to justice gap that Paladin is helping fill.