JEP Program Partners

The JEP program would not be possible without the dedicated and diverse network of partners from throughout the legal, technology, business and philanthropic communities who are providing key pro bono and in-kind support. What sets JEP lawyers apart, what gives them an edge as they expand access to justice, are the resources available through the JEP and the CBF.

From business consultants to technology companies, legal aid organizations to large law firms and major charitable foundations, law schools to law practice management software providers, our partner organizations span the spectrum of the legal community and beyond. Their contributions, whether time or talent, tangible or intangible, have made the JEP possible.

Are you looking to become a JEP program partner? All program partners must meet the following standards:

  1. The product, service or training must be high quality.
  1. The product, service or training is likely to help JEP attorneys advance their business or advance the mission of the JEP.
  1. The company offering the product, service or training must have a mission that is compatible with the JEP mission and cannot use messaging that is inconsistent with JEP principles or the CBF’s larger mission.
  1. The company must provide the product, service, or training for free or at a heavily discounted rate for JEP participants.
  1. The company offering the product or service must adhere to the CBF JEP’s branding guidelines.
American Bar Association
Attorneys Registration and Disciplinary Commission
Attorneys' Title
Cornerstone Research
Equip for Equality
AFLAN
J.Moskowitz Law
Lawyaw
Lawyers for the Creative Arts
Lexicata
The Memmen Law Firm
Passen & Powell