The Legal Services Corporation’s 2020 Innovations in Technology Conference is being held January 15-17 at the Portland Hilton Downtown, 921 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland, OR, 97204 . All attendees must register using the conference registration website.
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Wednesday, January 15 • 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Legal App Teardowns: Do's & Don'ts of Designing Apps for A2J

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Session participants will collaboratively "teardown" apps in the Access-to-Justice space. A "teardown" is an in-depth exploration of how effectively a particular design meets – or doesn't meet – its goals. During the first part of the session, you'll hear from panelists with direct experience building and deploying apps for courts and legal aid as they conduct example teardowns. Afterwards attendees will work together to review apps that have been submitted for feedback. The session will end with an open discussion of how the A2J community can establish a positive, open, and collaborative space for evaluating and sharing feedback about each other's work.

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Thomas Officer

Desiner, Cofouonder, Community.lawyer
I lead Design at Community.lawyer, a "no code" app builder and marketing platform for legal service professionals. Designing legal services means rethinking (1) people; (2) process; and sometimes (3) tech. If tech is part of your legal design work, you should leverage off-the-shelf... Read More →
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Jack Madans

Digital Service, Principal, Judicial Council of California
digital self help, user testing, procedural justice, metrics for portals, why brevity need not be the enemy of legal accuracy, and snowshoeing :)
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Claire Johnson Raba

Clinical Teaching Fellow, UCI Consumer Law Clinic
see linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claire-johnson-raba-3626191/
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Dave Guarino

Principal, FIDG Labs
Dave Guarino is the former founding engineer and Director of GetCalFresh at Code for America, an online application tool for SNAP that today assists 1/4 of all applications statewide. He currently consults on technology strategy for serving low-income users, particularly around government... Read More →

Wednesday January 15, 2020 1:30pm - 2:45pm PST
West Pavilion Ballroom Plaza Level