PT01 State of the Legal Profession and Design Thinking (2021CLC)

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Daylight Time)

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The President’s Track

Presented by the State of the Legal Profession Task Force 

About the Program

In 2020, the crisis caused by COVID-19, social injustice, and access to justice challenges forced the bar and bench to develop new creative legal solutions and innovations. Many of these advances occurring across the state and country were ushered in by a process known as legal design thinking. Come learn about what this process is and how it is helping the legal community serve the public. 

You Will Learn

  • What legal design thinking is and how it is being used across the country
  • About legal innovations and technological developments being developed by bar associations and judicial systems across the country to improve the legal profession
  • About innovations being proposed and implemented across the country to innovate the way law schools educate, prepare, and evaluate future lawyers 

Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in innovating and improving the practice of law to ensure access to justice and the sustainability of the profession. 

CLE Credit

1.0 CT (0.5 General; 0.5 Ethics); 1.0 NY (0.5 AOP; 0.5 Ethics) 


judge-elizabeth-bozzuto Hon. Elizabeth A. Bozzuto
Connecticut Superior Court, Hartford

Logan Cornett Logan Cornett
IAALS, University of Denver, Denver, CO

Patrick-Palace Patrick A. Palace
Palace Law LLP, University Place, WA

Andrew Perlman Andrew M. Perlman
Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA

Zach Zarnow Zachary Zarnow
National Center for State Courts, Middletown


ndidi-n-moses-2019 Hon. Ndidi N. Moses
Connecticut Superior Court, Hartford