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SRLN GIS Professional Services

SRLN is pleased to make its Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and mapping services available to its members to help to drive data-driven solutions in the justice sector.

Resource: Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice Uses SRLN Maps for Statewide Strategic Planning

The Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Access to Justice has started using the SRLN demographics maps for presentations to circuit clerks, circuit court judges, civil legal aid and pro bono practitioners.

Resource: What’s In It For Me? How to Use Geospatial Data Visualization to Inform and Engage Decision Makers

At the 2017 American Bar Association (ABA) Equal Justice Conference and the 

Conference: Esri User Conference (San Diego, California 2017)

The 2017 Esri User Conference will be held July 10-14, 2017 in San Diego, California. For more information, please see the Esri event page:

Conference: Esri FedGIS Conference (Washington DC 2017)

The 2017 FedGIS Conference will be held February 13-14, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Resource: GIS/Data Resources for Justice (2017)

Examples of GIS Analysis, Data, and Tools
SRLN GIS for Justice

Resource: SRLN Launches GIS for Justice Google Group (SRLN 2016)

Spatial thinking has the power to inform decision making, to influence public opinion, and to communicate complicated data more simply.

GIS Day Webinar: Geo-enable to Bring Data to Life for Justice (SRLN 2016)

In coordination with GIS Day and National Geographic's Geography Awareness Week, the Self-Represented Litigation Network (srln.org)  has hosted and recorded a webinar on some of the ways geographic information systems (GIS) technology is being use

Resource: America's Civil Courts: Whom Do We Serve? (SRLN 2016)

America's Civil Courts: Whom Do We Serve? is a new geospatial story map produced by the Self-Represented Litigation Network to be

Resource: What a Geographic Information Systems Is and What it Can Do (Davis-Holland 2016)

This presentation, offered as a slideshare, created by SRLN's GIS Consultant Alison Davis-Holland, highlights the top ten functions that GIS can do an