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In the News: How Biden’s Biggest Achievement Got Derailed

In the News: How Biden’s Biggest Achievement Got Derailed

Alexander Sammon writes about judicial nominees for The American Prospect: The Biden White House far outpaced other Democratic administrations in filling vacancies, actually confirming the most judges for a first-year president since Ronald Reagan; Donald Trump only...

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Announcing the Inaugural Cohort of PPP Leadership Fellows

Announcing the Inaugural Cohort of PPP Leadership Fellows

The legal profession has long been captured by corporate interests. As a result, we have a legal system built to serve those same interests, rather than the everyday people most in need of justice. This corporate capture begins as soon as law students arrive on...

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On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

PPP's own Tristin Brown and Steve Kennedy appeared on the Hartford Times podcast to discuss re-rigging the justice system in favor of equity. PPP's @trisquire and @skennedy2504 chatted state courts on "Make Change Happen with Steven Hernández" — check it out!...

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In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

PPP's own Steve Kennedy writes for Balls & Strikes: For firms, highlighting their pro bono work burnishes their reputations with current and prospective clients, and helps recruit lawyers and law students who hope to serve their communities while still bringing...

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In the News: How Biden’s Biggest Achievement Got Derailed

In the News: How Biden’s Biggest Achievement Got Derailed

Alexander Sammon writes about judicial nominees for The American Prospect: The Biden White House far outpaced other Democratic administrations in filling vacancies, actually confirming the most judges for a first-year president since Ronald Reagan; Donald Trump only...

read more
On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

On the Air: Re-rigging the Justice System in Favor of Equity

PPP's own Tristin Brown and Steve Kennedy appeared on the Hartford Times podcast to discuss re-rigging the justice system in favor of equity. PPP's @trisquire and @skennedy2504 chatted state courts on "Make Change Happen with Steven Hernández" — check it out!...

read more
In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

In the News: Pro Bono Is Broken

PPP's own Steve Kennedy writes for Balls & Strikes: For firms, highlighting their pro bono work burnishes their reputations with current and prospective clients, and helps recruit lawyers and law students who hope to serve their communities while still bringing...

read more

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Every time a person gets a job, decides to ask for fair wages or better working conditions, buys something, pays rent, or gets sick and seeks healthcare, those economic interactions are shaped by the decisions of federal judges. More from @AFJustice: http://bit.ly/EJJudges

Join @PeoplesParity tonight and learn about different paths you can take to become a public interest lawyer. Register here: https://peoplesparity.org/event/no-ci-pathways-to-public-interest-law-careers/

Kansas is a story of judicial leadership, backlash, and reaffirmed rights. State constitutional development is messy and difficult but also holds tremendous promise. https://www.politico.com/amp/news/magazine/2022/06/28/supreme-court-rights-00042928

Feeling the pressure to do on-campus interviews with corporate law firms? Join us this Wednesday to hear from four people who did their legal careers differently! Register: https://peoplesparity.org/event/no-ci-pathways-to-public-interest-law-careers/

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