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Margaret Hagan Jun 19
Replying to @margarethagan
I’m most interested in mapping these tech + design to specific needs people have in their journey through a particular civil justice problem. For example, what is an effective suite of interventions for a tenant facing eviction?
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Gemma McNeil Walsh Jun 17
It’s not enough to build “a something” (a one-intervention addressing one specific problem) - we need to be thinking about “a series of somethings” (design that looks at the whole journey of a problem) -
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
If you have a promising tech or design that you have built and piloted, please share it with me! I'm going to start a mapping of the different solutions in this space, so we might start stitching them together into systematic innovation.
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Melissa Pershing Moss Jun 17
Took liberty of editing tweet pic from presentation. This is the trifecta. All three are equally important. Note: All three begin with "can we" not "might we". These are charges, people. The days of "might we" are over. Summit 1/2
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
Thanks to for its commitment to , by bringing together a terrific group of lawyers, innovators, researchers, and regulators to start building a stronger network!
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
We need law school curriculum that focuses on additive, last-mile innovation, not building new things from scratch, from Fiona McLeay
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
People are getting Google Law degrees to find help with their problems, from at conference today
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Liam Brown Jun 17
I tested ’s statement. I searched for help in the event I’d received an eviction notice.... then had to scroll past all the ads for paid services to find resources.
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
Replying to @EmilyMacLoud
It already does this...
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
Can we make fee waivers as a common target, to radically reduce the hurdles to let people request a break from court fees? From , with example from
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Kate Fazio Jun 17
So much wisdom from 🔹Build less single applications 🔹Create sector blueprints to drive real, system level change 🔹Focus on digital outreach + better search experience 🔹Pivot regulation to focus on risk rather than form
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Rebecca Wilkinson Jun 17
Both and touch on how behavioural insights can improve access to justice - would love to get the take on Access to Justice & Technology
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
The data mandate for : linking, cleaning, and sharing data that legal orgs are already gathering
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
Can we shift lawyers away from a transcendental vision of ‘perfect justice’, as a way to shut down new innovation. proposes using a comparative justice vision, about removing injustices and barriers to access
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Dr Natalie Byrom Jun 17
In the last 10 years- 50% loss in provision of free legal advice. Prof. Genn- I agree with Richard that people don’t want to go to court- they want their probs solved. Tech needs to respond to needs of vulnerable users- why data is so key! Can’t access what you don’t understand!
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
Dame Hazel Glenn calls for more diverse, customized innovation that can serve the many types of people and claims in the civil justice system
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Margaret Hagan Jun 17
At today’s conference at , lays out a vision of online courts that help people understand their claims, make them, and resolve them — as a major push for civil justice reform
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Dr Natalie Byrom Jun 16
Excited to be speaking at & A2J & tech summit today w/ some amazing presenters inc the brilliant - come to our panel at 2pm! Can’t wait to hear keynotes from the brilliant & Prof. Dame Hazel Genn
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Margaret Hagan Jun 14
If you are a seasonal employee at a summer camp in NY, do you get minimum wage protections? Come play Learned Hands to help people know their rights!
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ATJ Data Jun 4
Thoroughly enjoyed the HCI panel at the Computing, Data Science and Access to Civil Justice conference speak .
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