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RILS Board of Directors Vacancies; New, FREE, Non-Credit, Technology Program Series; RI Division of Taxation Deadline Information

Pursuant to the by-laws of the Rhode Island Legal Services, Inc. (RILS) and the Legal Services Corporation Act, the Rhode Island Bar Association may appoint attorneys to the Board of Directors of Rhode Island Legal Services, Inc. Terms are for three years, and there are currently two vacancies. RILS is happy to have attorneys who have an interest in and knowledge of the delivery of legal services to the poor. Please note that 45 CFR Section 1607.3(3) states that appointments shall be made as to insure that the attorney members reasonably reflect the diversity of the legal community and the population of the areas served by the agency, including race, ethnicity, gender and other similar factors.


If you are interested in being nominated for a position on the Board of RI Legal Services, please send a letter of interest by April 22nd to: RI Bar Association, Attn: Nicole J. Benjamin, President, 41 Sharpe Drive, Cranston, RI 02920 or email your interest to

e are excited to announce a new, FREE, non-credit, technology program series, Understanding Artificial Intelligence: Practical Software Tools for Attorneys, brought to you by the Bar’s law practice management consultant Jared Correia of Red Cave Legal Consulting. Jared will be joined by Josh Noffke, Esq. Principal of Noffke Law and CEO of Brass Tacks Consulting.


All anyone seems to want to talk about is artificial intelligence. AI is all the rage for lawyers. And, yet, many attorneys are cautiously surveying the scene, deciding whether or not to jump into the deep end of the pool for the first time. We are here to tell you AI isn’t as scary as it sounds!


If you are surveying the landscape of AI tools but are uncertain about where to dip your toe into the water, we have a program series for you! In this series, we will examine a new AI tool during each webinar. In just 30 minutes, the speakers will review a different AI tool and outline specific strategies for how to use it in your practice. 


The first program is scheduled on Tuesday, April 23rd, at 12:30 pm and will cover ChatGPT. That’s right: we’re jumping right in with the generative AI tool that started the whole craze! And, if you don’t know what ‘GPT’ stands for – well, you might as well click here to register right now.


All sessions will be recorded and available to view free of charge on the Bar’s Law Practice Management page on

According to a recent email from the RI Division of Taxation, certain state filing and payment due dates for individuals and entities affected by recent storms and flooding normally due on April 15, 2024 will be extended to July 15, 2024. Please click here for more information.