Webinar: Back to the Basics
Back to the Basics
Friday, August 27th, 2021 2:00 pm Central
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR:
The Back to the Basics webinar will provide training, information related to legal plans, and focus on the role of Referral Attorneys.
We will discuss the need for legal services, Access to Justice (“A2J”) initiatives, and the importance of legal plans and referral attorneys in meeting the need for legal services and challenges related to A2J.
We will focus on ways to grow your practice, how to work with legal plans, and what legal plans look for in referral attorneys.
The Webinar will provide an opportunity for professional growth and development, practice tips, and how to deliver exceptional customer service.
The U.S. Department of Justice established the Office for Access to Justice (“A2J”) in March 2010 to address what has come to be viewed as a crisis in our criminal and civil justice system. The majority of states have established an A2J Commission. Our judicial system is not fair and poses great challenges for those who don’t have access to an attorney. The two main barriers to ATJ are cost and not knowing where to go for help. We can all support legal services plans that provide a real and economical alternative to help meet these challenges and provide equal access to justice and referral attorneys.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Mark Nelms is Assistant General Counsel for Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc., d/b/a LegalShield (“LegalShield”). He has been at the home office of LegalShield for the past 5 years. Prior to that, Mark was the Managing Partner with the Oklahoma Provider Law Firm of Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison & Lewis. Mark received multiple member’s choice and leadership awards from LegalShield during his 19 years at the Provider Law Firm. Mark received his undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tulsa. Mark is a member of the ABA and GLSA and is licensed in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Colorado. Mark has been appointed to serve on the board for the GLSA. Mark is passionate about Access to Justice initiatives across the country.