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News: Nate Alder Appointed to Governing Council of the ABA's Center for Innovation
C&J's Nathan D. Alder has been appointed by American Bar Association President Linda Klein to the governing council of the ABA’s Center for Innovation. The Center is an exciting, new venture for the ABA which recently issued its Report on the Future of Legal Services in the United States, including Recommendation #6 which encouraged the establishment of the Center. The purpose of the Center is to position the ABA as a leader and architect of the profession’s efforts to increase access to legal services and to improve the delivery of, and access to, those services to the public through innovative programs and initiatives. The Center will seek input from and collaboration with technologists, innovators, consumers, and those in public policy, to develop new projects, programming and other resources to help drive innovation in the delivery of legal services. Read more about the ABA's Center for Innovation here and Nate's appointment here.
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