The Texas Opportunity & Justice Incubator (TOJI) in Austin has a new director and is building on its successes as it prepares to accept its sixth class of attorneys. Joshua Weaver, an attorney and entrepreneur, took the helm of the State Bar of Texas program, which expands access to justice opportunities by helping Texas lawyers build sustainable law practices that serve low- and modest income Texans. Weaver began work Nov. 3, 2020.

Since TOJI’s inception in 2017, 69 lawyers have completed its holistic business incubation program. Those lawyers have gone on to create 72 solo and small-firm law practices designed to help bridge the justice gap and serve Texans who would otherwise struggle to find representation in today’s legal market.

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