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Paper: Courts Need to Provide Access to Justice in Rural America (COSCA 2018)

In a detailed policy paper entitled, Courts Need to Provide Access to Justice in Rural America, and published in 2018 by the Conference of State Court Administrators, readers will find a thoughtful analysis of how rural courts can expand access and suppor ...

Legal Services Community Principles and Guidelines for Due Process and Ethics in the Age of AI

Legal Services Community Principles and Guidelines for Due Process and Ethics in the Age of AI

Published in 2018, Legal Services Community Principles and Guidelines for Due Process and Ethics in the Age of AI is the work of an initivative led by Angela Tripp, Abhijeet Chavin, and Johnathan Pyle. The brief summarizes a collection of principles and g ...

Webinar: Website Content Tips (2018)

Webinar: Website Content Tips (2018)

This 2018 Webinar, supported by a Technology Initiative Grant from the Legal Services Corporation to Bay Area Legal Services, Inc., will focus on creating effective legal self-help content using plain language, SEO, and social media strategies. For more i ...

Report: Measuring Online Legal Resources:  A Framework Inspired  by the Drake Equation (Florida Justice Technology Center 2018)

Report: Measuring Online Legal Resources: A Framework Inspired by the Drake Equation (Florida Justice Technology Center 2018)

This report and companion webinar offer a framework to measure access to justice, and whether specific interventions have made an impact. For more information and resources about the Drake Equation for Access to Justice Work, please visit the Florida Just ...

Report: Reaching Floridians with Legal Information: Feedback from Focus Groups and User Testing (Rae & Quinn 2018)

Report: Reaching Floridians with Legal Information: Feedback from Focus Groups and User Testing (Rae & Quinn 2018)

In May 2018, the Florida Justice Technology Center’s FloridaLawHelp.org gathered feedback and input from community members, social services organizations and legal services providers. Through a series of focus group discussions as well as individual user ...

Report: Comparing Online Legal Content Formats: The Results of User Research (Rae & Quinn 2018)

Report: Comparing Online Legal Content Formats: The Results of User Research (Rae & Quinn 2018)

In May 2018, the Florida Justice Technology Center’s FloridaLawHelp.org website conducted short user tests of the same legal content in four different formats with 26 Floridians, the majority of whom (over 80%) reported earning less than 250% of the feder ...