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LSNTAP Community Training Series - Triage and expert systems in legal aid: New tools to assist people in need and the advocates that serve them

Wednesday July 23
2014

Date: Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
Time: 1 pm ET / 12pm CT / 11 am MT/ 10 am PT

This webinar will highlight new tools and approaches that aid advocates with legal screening, triage and analysis activities, and help litigants navigate unfamiliar legal processes. We'll hear from panelists working on cutting edge projects in the nonprofit legal sector, how expert systems can enhance service delivery and support community partnerships, and tools and techniques that focus on balancing considerations rather than applying rules. Join us to hear about what's new - and what's next - in this area.

Panelists:

  • Zach Hutchinson, Student and Research Assistant, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Adam Friedl, Program and Special Initiatives Manager at Pro Bono Net
  • Donna Dougherty, Attorney-in-Charge at JASA/Legal Services for the Elderly in Queens
  • Marc Lauritsen, President, Capstone Practice Systems

Moderator:

  • Liz Keith, Program Director, Pro Bono Net

Webinar Details
Register: The training will be held via join.me, so no pre-registration is required.

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By computer via internet:
Join the meeting, click the phone icon and select 'Join by internet'. Click "Connect."

For questions about these trainings, please contact Jillian Theil of Pro Bono Net at jtheil@probono.net or (415) 400-8662, or Brian Rowe of Northwest Justice Project at brianr@nwjustice.org or (206) 395-6094 or through LSNTAP.org chat.

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