Resource: Guiding Principles for Post-Pandemic Court Technology (CCJ/COSCA 2020)
The Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) and Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) published these Guiding Principles for Post-Pandemic Court Technology on July 16, 2020 with the goal to better guide state courts as they moved services to
Resource: Compilation of Digital Divide Resources 11/11/20(NCSC 2020)
The National Center for State Courts has produced numerous documents to assist courts in responding to the pandemic. The attached is a Compilation of Existing Resources as of November 11, 2020.
Resource: Open Referral Initiative (Open Referral 2014)
Open Referral develops data standards and open source tools that make it easier to share, find and use information about health, human, and social services.
Article: Pro Bono Net's Digital Divide Blog Series (PBN 2020)
Pro Bono Net's Digital Divide Blog Series
Resource: Washington Courts Access to Justice Technology Principles (Washington State Courts 2020)
Following the Conference of Chief Justice's Resolution 13, CCJ Resolution on Technology Standards, the Washington Courts issued Access
Evaluation: The Utah Online Dispute Resolution Platform: A Usability Evaluation and Report (i4J Program 2020)
The Utah Online Dispute Resolution Platform: A Usability Evaluation and Report was published by the Innovati
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
Report: Technology, Access to Justice, and the Rule of Law (The Law Society 2019)
The Law Society represents, promotes, and supports solicitors, publicising their unique role in providing legal advice, ensuring justice for all and upholding the rule of law.
Report: Measuring Online Legal Resources: A Framework Inspired by the Drake Equation (Florida Justice Technology Center 2018)
This report and companion webinar offer
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.