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News: 2015 TIG Grants Included Five Court Partnership Grants – 2016 Should Bring More As We Build a 100% Access Technology Infrastructure (LSC 2016)

News: 2015 TIG Grants Included Five Court Partnership Grants – 2016 Should Bring More As We Build a 100% Access Technology Infrastructure (LSC 2016)

LSC's 2015 TIG grants included five grants to projects being undertaken by legal aid and court partnerships, according to the  Request for Letters of Intent to Apply for 2016 Grant Funding  we should see significantly more partnership awards in 2016. ...

Weblinks: The Court Statistics Project (NCSC 2015)

Weblinks: The Court Statistics Project (NCSC 2015)

The Court Statistics Project (courtstatistics.org) (CSP) — a joint project of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) — publishes caseload data from the courts of the fifty states, the District ...

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

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 better understand local needs. Consumer-oriented solutions require a deep and accurate understanding of the people being se ...

Resource: Internet and Broadband Info and Data (SRLN 2015)

Resource: Internet and Broadband Info and Data (SRLN 2015)

Research and data about internet use and broadband access can be found at: Pew Research Center on Internet, Science and Technology at  http://www.pewinternet.org/ National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) at http://www2.ntia.doc.go ...

Report: Mismatched and Mistaken: How the Use of an Inaccurate Private Database Results in SSI Recipients Unjustly Losing Benefits (Mancini, Lang, and Wu 2021)

Report: Mismatched and Mistaken: How the Use of an Inaccurate Private Database Results in SSI Recipients Unjustly Losing Benefits (Mancini, Lang, and Wu 2021)

In the fiscal year 2018, the Social Security Administration (SSA) began using a data set from LexisNexis (Lexis) called Accurint for Government on a widespread basis to determine whether recipients of needs-based government assistance had unreported real ...