Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The Center for Access to Justice & Technology and Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction will announce next week at the AALS Annual Meeting that six law schools have joined the Access to Justice Clinical Course Project. Throughout the next year, faculty at each school will develop a replicable course model that teaches new technical competencies, like document assembly and document automation technologies, along with legal research and writing. Simultaneously, the students in these courses will develop web tools that will reduce barriers to justice for self-represented litigants.
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