Nora will be speaking at the Equal Justice Conference, at the Palmer House May 12 – 13, 2016 in a panel about the Justice Entrepreneurs Project. More details below:
Justice Entrepreneurs in Action
The Justice Entrepreneurs Project (JEP) is part of a national movement of incubators training newer lawyers to establish their own practices. JEP lawyers focus on serving modest means clients and take a non-traditional approach to practice, using unbundled service, avoiding the billable hour, and using other creative methods to deliver low-cost services to people who need them. Come hear from JEP lawyers about their practices and from the legal aid organizations that work with them, including how are working together to serve clients that otherwise would go without assistance.
Conor Malloy, Partner, SNMP Law
Nora Endzel, Endzel Law
Phil Mohr, Deputy Director, Chicago Volunteer Legal Services
Pat Wrona, Deputy Director, CARPLS
Moderator: Mark Marquardt, Executive Director, Lawyers Trust Fund