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==Part 1: Your Suggestions for Improvement==
==Part 1: Your Suggestions for Improvement==
Add your suggestions to the [[Talk:Mid-Point Check-in|Discussion Page]] or use the [[How_To_Participate_at_iLaw#Live_Question_Tool|Question Tool]].
==Part 2: Reflections on iLaw==
==Part 2: Reflections on iLaw==

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The day will end with a mid-point check in with the audience, led by Charlie Nesson. Charlie will solicit comments from audience members and ask for thoughts, suggestions, and recommendations for program improvements.

Part 1: Your Suggestions for Improvement

Add your suggestions to the Discussion Page or use the Question Tool.

Part 2: Reflections on iLaw