News You Can Use: Provide Feedback on New Tool Being Built for Legal Aid Lawyers
A small team at Stanford University is developing data-driven checkup tools that will ‘help the helpers’ scout out clients’ legal issues by checking various administrative databases to see if there’s any indicators of justice/financial problems.
The team is starting with a focus on traffic tickets to see if they can help legal aid lawyers and other advocates spot their clients’ outstanding tickets and fines.
You can provide feedback in the following ways:
1) Complete a very short survey to help gauge the value of this possible Traffic Ticket Screener project
2) Please feel free to take a deeper look at this proposed project and others in their current Justice & Poverty Innovation class.
An online design review has been set up to get more input from different experts on the projects:
Please email Margaret Hagan at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or additional thoughts.