1. Until Civil Gideon: Expanding Access to Justice – Part Four

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    On November 1, 2013, Fordham Law School hosted the Until Civil Gideon conference, co-sponsored by the Feerick Center for Social Justice, Urban Law Center and Urban Law Journal. The event was supported by Patterson Belknapp Web & Tyler LLP. PART FOUR Panel 4: Court Innovations - Laura K. Abel, Pro Bono Consultant, National Center for Access to Justice & Senior Policy Counsel, Lawyers Alliance for New York - Paris R. Baldacci, Clinical Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law - Hon. Marcy S. Friedman, Supreme Court Justice, New York State - Emily Gold, Deputy Director, Planning and Development, Center for Court Innovation - Rachel Spector, Clinical Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Fordham Law School Concluding Plenary - Russell Engler, Professor of Law & Director of Clinical Programs, New England Law–Boston - Hon. Fern A. Fisher, Director, New York State Access to Justice Program, Deputy Chief Administrative Judge, New York City Courts - Deborah L. Rhode, Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law, Stanford Law School - Andrew Scherer, Andrew Scherer Consulting Concluding Remarks - Dora Galacatos, Executive Director, Feerick Center for Social Justice, Fordham Law School

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    • Supreme Court "Civil Gideon" Ruling-Judge Eugene Hyman

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      The U.S. Supreme Court recently revisited the heavily disputed territory of "Civil Gideon" — the doctrine delineating when, if ever, indigent civil litigants are legally entitled to counsel appointed and paid for by the state. The name "Civil Gideon" comes from the 1963 landmark decision of Gideon v. Wainwright, which held that the Sixth Amendment grants indigent defendants the right to state-appointed and state-paid counsel in criminal cases. "Though sometimes expensive, children are better served when the parents or children have representation. "

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      • Until Civil Gideon: Expanding Access to Justice – Part Three

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        On November 1, 2013, Fordham Law School hosted the Until Civil Gideon conference, co-sponsored by the Feerick Center for Social Justice, Urban Law Center and Urban Law Journal. The event was supported by Patterson Belknapp Web & Tyler LLP. PART THREE Keynote Address - Hon. Jonathan Lippmanm, Chief Judge of the State of New York & Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals Panel 3: Technology & Self-Help - Conrad Johnson, Clinical Professor of Law, Columbia Law School - Mark O’Brien, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Pro Bono Net - Ronald W. Staudt, Professor of Law & Director of the Center for Access to Justice & Technology, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law - Mary Marsh Zulack, Clinical Professor of Law, Columbia Law School - Annie Decker, Urban Law Fellow & Adjunct Professor, Fordham Urban Law Center

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        • Until Civil Gideon: Expanding Access to Justice – Part Two

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          On November 1, 2013, Fordham Law School hosted the Until Civil Gideon conference, co-sponsored by the Feerick Center for Social Justice, Urban Law Center and Urban Law Journal. The event was supported by Patterson Belknapp Web & Tyler LLP. PART TWO Panel 1: The Role of Nonlawyers - Deborah J. Cantrell, Associate Professor of Law &Director of Clinical Programs, University of Colorado Law School - John Anthony Flood, Professor of Law and Sociology, University of Westminster - Gillian K. Hadfield, Richard L. and Antoinette Schamoi Kirtland Professor of Law & Professor of Economics, University of Southern California Gould School of Law - Laurel A. Rigertas, Associate Professor of Law, Northern Illinois University College of Law - David S. Udell, Executive Director National Center for Access to Justice
 Panel 2: Unbundled Legal Services - Sidney Cherubin, Director of Legal Services, Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project - Justin Hansford, Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University School of Law - Rochelle Klempner, Chief Counsel, New York State Courts Access to Justice Programs - Bruce Green, Louis Stein Professor & Director, Stein Center for Legal Ethics, Fordham Law School

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          • Until Civil Gideon: Expanding Access to Justice – Part One

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            On November 1, 2013, Fordham Law School hosted the Until Civil Gideon conference, co-sponsored by the Feerick Center for Social Justice, Urban Law Center and Urban Law Journal. The event was supported by Patterson Belknapp Web & Tyler LLP. PART ONE Welcome
- Michael M. Martin, Dean & Distinguished Professor of Law, Fordham Law School - Nestor M. Davidson, Professor of Law & Director, Fordham Urban Law Center - John D. Feerick, Norris Professor of Law & Senior Counsel, Feerick Center for Social Justice, Fordham Law School Opening Remarks/Reponse: Civil Gideon? - Hon. Earl Johnson, Jr., California Court of Appeal (ret.); Visiting Scholar, University of Southern California Law School & Western Center on Law and Poverty - Benjamin H. Barton, Helen and Charles Lockett Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Tennessee College of Law - Richard Zorza, Coordinator, Self Represented Litigation Network - Russell G. Pearce, Professor of Law & Edward and Marilyn Bellet Chair in Legal Ethics, Morality & Religion, Fordham Law School

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