Information You Need
Gladio Empowers You For Success in the Civil Justice System
One of our major goals is to give you tools and training to use the law for yourself. Mostly, we want to pull back the curtain and let you see how it all works. Sometimes that means pointing you towards another resource or organization that can serve you better. Sometimes that means giving you a crash course in legal rules so you can know whats going on.
Below you will find links to information, educational resources or explanations of the law. We try to focus on using words that everyone can understand, but that means we can’t be as precise as lawyers like to be. The articles below are intended as a quick guide to give you an idea of the law, NOT a detailed explanation. This is a starting point, not the final answer for any legal question.
After you read the info below, you should know more about your legal case and how it might work.
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Areas We Know
The law is EXTREMELY complex. There are so many laws that no one could possibly know all of them or how they all are used. We can only provide a deep understanding in the few areas we are experts in.
“A book lying idle on a shelf is wasted ammunition. Like money, books must be kept in constant circulation… When you have possessed a book with mind and spirit, you are enriched. But when you pass it on you are enriched threefold.”
― The Books in My Life .
Our vision of a fair and accessible legal system means we have to always be learning. Our Continuing education page has a list of educational opportunities that are about to happen, as well as links to summaries from past classes, seminars and workshops that we have attended. This can give you some information about what our learning priorities are, how we became specialists and why we do things the way we do them.
Areas We Don’t Know
The law is EXTREMELY complex. Here is information from people who are experts in their field.
ADA and Discrimination