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

In May 2018, the Florida Justice Technology Center’s 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 t

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 gathered feedback and input from community members, social services organizations and legal services providers.

Report: Testing Triage: Navigating (Rae 2019)

In 2019, the Florida Justice Technology Center, conducted user tests of the new staging website.

Report: Turning on the Lights: How the Massachusetts Trial Court Could Deploy a Virtual Court Service Center to Assist Self-Represented Litigants (MA Appleseed 2019)

This report was prepared in partnershup with the Mass. Trial Court to inform the development of a virtual self-help center to supplement the work done by its court service centers.

Technology, Access to Justice, and the Rule of Law (Report 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: Securing Stability: Legal Aid's Lasting Impact (The Center for Community Solutions 2019)

Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and Community Legal Aid teamed up to hire The Center for Community Solutions (CCS)

Report: Nonlawyer Navigators in State Courts: An Emerging Consensus (McClymont 2019)

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

This report and companion webinar offer

Report: Developing the Detail: Evaluating the Impact of Court Reform in England and Wales on Access to Justice (Byrom 2019)

From the Executive Summary of The Legal Education Foundation's report:

Resource: Title IV-D Funding Resource Guide (SRLN 2014, revised 2017)

Many state court systems and individual courts take advantage of federal funding under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act to obtain reimbursement for the costs of adjudicating chi