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Report: LiveHelp Pilot Project Final Evaluation Report (Montana 2007)
This report evaluates LiveHelp, an experimental tool added to the LawHelp network of access to justice websites that helps those not fully familiar with legal information on the web find that information. The full report can be downloaded below. Reports T ...
Report: Equal Justice and the Digital Revolution: Using Technology to Meet the Needs of Low-Income People (CLASP & NLADA 2002)
This report describes the history of legal aid technology innovation and recommends various objectives for the legal services community to continue to improve its use of technology to provide equal justice for all. technology Reports Technology United Sta ...
Report: Resources to Assist Self-Represented Litigants: A Fifty State Review of the State of the Art (Greacen 2011)
This report was originally commissioned by the Michigan State Bar Foundation to assist Michigan’s Solutions on Self-Help (SOS) Task Force, but modified to serve as a national resource so that it may be of value to other jurisdictions working to enhance su ...
Report: Making Self-Help Work: Bet Tzedek’s Conservatorship Clinic (Bet Tzedek 2013)
Since 2007, Bet Tzedek Legal Services has been running a self-help conservatorship clinic in partnership with the Los Angeles Superior Court. Originally designed to serve 150 self-represented litigants per year, the program served more than 1,400 self-re ...
Report: A Comparative Readability Study of Plain Language Court Forms (Mindlin 2012)
This article presents the results from the first quantitative readability study of plain language court forms in the United States. Sixty citizens on a jury panel were selected to respond to brief questionnaires that tested relative comprehension of plain ...
Report: Report of the Summit on the Use of Technology to Expand Access to Justice (LSC 2013)
In 2012 and 2013, the Legal Services Corporation convened a national Technology Summit that brought together more than 75 representatives of legal aid programs, courts, government, and business as well as technology experts, academics, and private practit ...
Article: The Case for Court-Based Document Assembly Programs: A review of the New York State Court System’s "DIY" Forms (Klempner 2014)
In this article, Rochelle Klempner, Chief Counsel, New York State Courts Access to Justice Program, explores how document assembly systems can serve as a critical tool for access to justice for the self-represented litigant. Part I provides an overview of ...