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Report: A Guidebook for Electronic Court Filing (Clarke 1998)

This guidebook, published by the National Center for State Courts, takes a comprehensive look at e-filing in the courts. Topics discussed include: court rules, workflow, management & policy issues, the technology infastructure, budget planning, sample ...

Article: Using Technology to Enhance Access to Justice (Cabral, Chavan, Clarke, Greacen, Hough, Rexer, Ribadeneyra, Zorza 2012)

This is a collection of seven article published in the Fall 2012 issue of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology (JOLT) as part of LSC's June 2012 technology summit. These articles focus on how to best utilize particular technologies to enhance ac ...

Article: Triage Protocols for Litigant Portals: A Coordinated Strategy Between Courts and Service Providers (Clarke, Zorza, Alteneder 2013)

A project team that included representatives from the courts, the civil legal aid community and the private bar engaged in a joint process to develop standardized and coordinated triage protocols that link litigant services, courts and legal services. Thi ...

Paper: Non-Lawyer Legal Assistance Roles (Clarke 2015)

The Utah Supreme Court has created a committee to study the possibility of creating a limited license legal technician- or something along those lines- in Utah. Their report is due out at the end of November. As part of the committee's work, Tom Clar ...

Report: Building A Litigant Portal: Business and Technical Requirements (NCSC 2015)

Report: Building A Litigant Portal: Business and Technical Requirements (NCSC 2015)

With funding from State Justice Institute, Thomas Clarke of the National Center for State Courts assembled two advisory committees – one to develop the business requirements for a litigant portal, and another to examine the technical requirements necessar ...

Limited Licensed Legal Technician Program

The Washington State Supreme Court and the Washington State Bar Association created an innovative program to expand the provision of legal services. Limited Licensed Legal Technicians (LLLTs) represent a new legal role that builds on the capabilities of t ...