Without Precedent Podcast
Without Precedent is a monthly podcast series hosted by Professor Eli Edwards of Santa Clara University School of Law and Nikki Pope, Managing Director of the High Tech Law Institute at Santa Clara University School of Law. Without Precedent examines the impact of technology innovations on the law and legal practice. Edwards and Pope invite technologists, inventors, judges, academics, lawyers, and politicians to discuss how law can keep up with technological innovation.
Our goal is to post one episode each month. If there is a topic you’d like us to consider or if you’d like to appear on our podcast, please contact us.
Without Precedent is sponsored by the High Tech Law Institute. The views expressed on Without Precedent are solely the views of the participants and do not reflect the views of the High Tech Law Institute, Santa Clara Law, or Santa Clara University, and should not be construed as legal advice.
Producers: Eli Edwards and Nikki Pope
Editor: Nicole Jacobus
Sound Engineer: Fern Silva
Music: Nicole Jacobus
Website Design: Michelle Waters
Content: Nikki Pope and Eli Edwards
Guest Bookings: Eli Edwards and Nikki Pope
California State Bar (CalBar) Task Force on Access Through Innovation of Legal Services
Without Precedent welcomes Joanna Mendoza, a CalBar trustee, and Mary Grace Guzmán, an attorney who represents clients before CalBar. The CalBar Task Force has been looking into ways to increase the availability of legal services for underserved communities in California. Our guests discuss the pros and cons of various options being considered.
Other Resources and Opinions:
“Legal Market Landscape Report,” William D. Henderson, Commissioned by the State Bar of California, July 2018
“Nonlawyers could offer legal advice and partly own law firms under these California proposals,” Debra Cassens Weiss, ABA Journal, July 15, 2019
“California Task Force to Vote This Week on Sweeping Changes to Legal Services Delivery,” Bob Ambrogi, Above The Law, June 24, 2019
“I Complained. I volunteered. I’m not disappointed.” Heather Morse, The Legal Watercooler Blog, May 13, 2019