2014 Sparer Symposium: Law 2.0
4.5 substantive PA credits, 6.0 substantive NY, NJ credits
The prevalence of technologies such as the Internet, wireless devices, and social media in our daily lives is redefining the needs of and opportunities available to society’s most vulnerable. Technological innovation has proven to be a double-edged sword, facilitating new possibilities for grassroots communication and development while threatening further marginalization when resources are not accessible. These pressures and possibilities challenge public-interest attorneys to adapt the focus and form of their practice.