On December 15th, the Louisiana Access to Justice Commission voted to adopt a formal business process that will outline the development of automated forms for use in Louisiana courts. This work is an expansion of LLL’s recent pilot with Suffolk LIT Lab and the Louisiana Supreme Court’s Technology Commission, seeking to formalize the process by which automated court documents are selected, designed, developed, tested, and promoted by civil justice community partners.
The process involves the collaboration of both the ATJ Commission’s Technology and Self-Represented Litigant Subcommittees, as well as subject matter expertise input from Louisiana’s substantive civil law task forces.
View and/or download the process below.
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