Expanding access to justice in rural communities


The Rural Assembly’s Whitney Kimball Coe joins experts to discuss how the legal system operates in rural communities and how to expand access to justice in these regions on the latest episode of Talk Justice, a podcast of Legal Service Corporation. 

Whitney joins podcast host Ron S. Flagg and guests Courtney Klus, staff attorney with Legal Aid of West Virginia, and Rebecca Rapp, General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of Ascendium Education Group in Madison, Wisconsin.

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