The Law Library Association of Maryland (LLAM) is offering a day-long symposium called All ACCESS to Access to Justice. The conference will be held on Friday, March 21st at the Frances Angelos Law Center - University of Baltimore School of Law. It will offer practical programs that develop access to justice (A2J) and impart knowledge about this core library value for law firm librarians, pro bono attorneys, public librarians, academic librarians, court librarians, and anyone else interested in A2J. Read what the 3 Geeks had to say about the conference here. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Kate Martin (email@example.com) or Joan Bellistri (firstname.lastname@example.org). Schedule and speaker information is available here, but highlighted programs include the following:
- Beyond Legal Help with Tamara Moore
- Civil Justice, Inc. with Kat Hyland
- Justice Advice® and Academic Legal Clinics with Leigh Maddox
- A Right to Counsel with Pamela Cardullo Ortiz
- Special Populations: Prisoners with Glennor Shirley
- What is A2J? with Honorable Clayton Greene, Jr.
- And programs featuring Joanie Bellistri, Judy Meadows, Sarah Mauldin, and other wonderful speakers!