DURHAM, N.C.—Justice Technology Association (JTA), a new non-profit trade association, has officially launched to serve as a common voice for entrepreneurs, legal consumers, investors and policymakers seeking to address the growing access to justice gap. JTA’s founding companies include Courtroom5, HelloDivorce, Easy Expunctions and People Clerk, all leaders in the direct-to-consumer Justice Tech sector.
Maya Markovich, executive director of JTA is the justice tech executive in residence at Village Capital and advisor to multiple high-growth startups dedicated to improving access
The National Trial Lawyers Announces The Selection Of Jodee Neil As An NTL ‐ Civil Plaintiff
DALLAS, TX—The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that