Document Author

Topic

Region

Tags

Post date

Results 81 - 90 of 113 for Reports, Evaluations, Best Practices, Surveys, United States, Research

Search results

Best Practices: Document Assembly Programs Best Practices Guide for Court System Development and Implementation Using A2J Author (New York 2017)

Best Practices: Document Assembly Programs Best Practices Guide for Court System Development and Implementation Using A2J Author (New York 2017)

Beginning in 2005, the New York State courts began developing Document Assembly Programs for use in its Help Centers using A2J Author for the front-end, HotDocs software for the back-end, and LawHelp Interactive server to host the programs. By 2009, this ...

Report: Making Self-Help Work: Bet Tzedek’s Conservatorship Clinic (Bet Tzedek 2013)

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: Can Translation Software Help Legal Services Agencies Deliver Legal Information More Effectively in Foreign Languages and Plain English? (Hineline & Hogue 2013)

Report: Can Translation Software Help Legal Services Agencies Deliver Legal Information More Effectively in Foreign Languages and Plain English? (Hineline & Hogue 2013)

This report investigates the current and possible uses of translation tools, including fully-automated machine translation and a somewhat different translation technology, translation memory. Translation memory re-uses whole phrases that an expert has pre ...

Report: A Comparative Readability Study of Plain Language Court Forms (Mindlin 2012)

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)

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 ...

Report: Survey of Social Workers in Massachusetts (Rosie's Place 2015)

Report: Survey of Social Workers in Massachusetts (Rosie's Place 2015)

Rosie's Place, www.rosiesplace.org, a women's shelter in Boston, conducted a survey in 2015 of social services workers in Massachusetts and found that 1) social workers are providing a very significant amount of legal information to their client ...

Report: Civil Justice for All (American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2020)

Report: Civil Justice for All (American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2020)

Civil Justice for All is the final report of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences initaitive, Making Justice Accessible: Designing Legal Services for the 21st Century. The project assessed the consequences of the justice gap, reviewed existing civi ...

Report: Measuring Civil Justice for All (American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2021)

Report: Measuring Civil Justice for All (American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2021)

Measuring Civil Justice for All, a white paper of the American Academy’s Making Justice Accessible initiative, identifies the essential facts that should be collected about civil justice activity in the United States and the entities best placed to collec ...

Report: Justice Tech for All How Technology can Ethically Disrupt the US Justice System (Village Capital & AmFam Institute 2021)

Report: Justice Tech for All How Technology can Ethically Disrupt the US Justice System (Village Capital & AmFam Institute 2021)

Village Capital and American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact (AmFam Institute) prepared this report to support justice tech efforts and initiatives. From the report: In September 2020, Village Capital and the AmFam Institute con ...

Report: Designing for Housing Stability: Best Practices for Court-Based and Court-Adjacent Eviction Prevention and/or Diversion Programs (Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program and American Bar Association 2021)

Report: Designing for Housing Stability: Best Practices for Court-Based and Court-Adjacent Eviction Prevention and/or Diversion Programs (Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program and American Bar Association 2021)

Designing for Housing Stability: Best Practices for Court-Based and Court-Adjacent Eviction Prevention and/or Diversion Programs (Joint Report of the Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program and American Bar Association 2021) The Task Force on ...