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  • Florida Bar Foundation adopts strategic reset

    A year after unanimously resolving to adopt a “strategic reset,” The Florida Bar Foundation’s board of directors June 22 approved a document detailing the approach the organization will take in its future grant making, as well as the rationale for moving the organization in a new direction.

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  • Lean lawyering: A Florida legal aid office test drives the Toyota Way

    At first blush, the industrial challenge of manufacturing automobiles might seem as far from the service-driven job of providing legal aid as launching a rocket is from frosting a cake. And yet on a sunny morning in April of 2016, Toyota advisor Lance A. Lewis sat by the reception desk

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  • Mapping problems improves efficiency at Legal Services of Miami

    Business-process improvement strategies have the power to increase an organization’s capacity without adding expense, said Melissa Moss, deputy director for strategic initiatives at The Florida Bar Foundation. That’s a key need for the legal aid sector at this moment, Moss said. Ilenia Sanchez-Bryson, chief information officer for Legal Services of

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  • Foundation puts $1.5 million from Bank of America settlement to work

    The Florida Bar Foundation is using $1.5 million from a national settlement with Bank of America to fund seven legal aid projects around Florida, as well as four Equal Justice Works fellowships focused on community economic development. The funds are the first to be allocated from Florida’s $23 million share

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  • Foundation’s new pro bono website goes statewide

    After a successful pilot in Miami-Dade County,, a new website that enables pro bono attorneys to search for local pro bono cases that suit their interests, is being rolled out statewide. The Florida Bar Foundation, which has funded and overseen the development of the site, in June held training

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