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The Employment Law Navigator of the Louisiana Civil Legal Navigator project has been expanded to include more robust screening and content for Louisianans experiencing workplace discrimination. Now, users can be screened for threshold qualification and get highly-curated information on state and federal workplace discrimination protections. In the application, users are asked a number of questions...
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The Louisiana Access to Justice Commission was awarded a second “implementation” grant for its work on the Justice for All Project. Lagniappe Law Lab will continue to serve as the project’s manager and lead the research, design, and development of “Access Points” in civil legal resource deserts identified in the first phase of this work....
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Lagniappe Law Lab has recently entered into a partnership with the Louisiana Supreme Court’s Technology Commission and the Suffolk Legal Innovation and Technology Lab (“LIT Lab”) to pilot a new court document automation program. During the pilot, Lagniappe Law Lab will automate two high-use self-represented litigant court forms, the Louisiana Adult Name Change and Article...
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Despite COVID-19-related setbacks, the Justice for All project Inventory Assessment and Strategic Plan is finally complete. Taking into consideration over a dozen factors set forth by the NCSC Justice for All Framework, the Louisiana Access to Justice Commission has adopted the following strategic goals to move Louisiana toward 100% meaningful access to justice: Increase and...
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Lagniappe Law Lab’s Executive Director, Amanda Brown, has been name a 2021 American Bar Association Woman of Legal Tech! In it’s 7th year, the ABA Women of Legal Tech initiative “is intended to encourage diversity and celebrate women in legal technology.” Amanda joins 132 influential women in the legal technology space, and will be honored...
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LLL is delighted to share that, in conjunction with our partners at ProBono.Net and with funding from the Louisiana Bar Foundation, we’re re-launching the newly-designed ProBono.Net/La! ProBono.Net/La serves as the central hub for pro bono resources and opportunities for Louisiana’s civil justice community. Site features include a statewide calendar, substantive law listservs, sample pleadings, various...
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Reflecting on our first full year in operation, Lagniappe Law Lab is proud to share its 2020 Annual Report! Dive in to the interactive report to see our accomplishments for the year. A special thank you to our primary funder, the Louisiana Bar Foundation, for their continued support and encouragement of our work.
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New research by LLL and the Louisiana Justice for All Project shows that as many as one-third of income-eligible Louisianans live where civil legal help is out of reach. In May 2020, LLL hosted a “geodata hackathon” in support of the Louisiana Justice for All Project. With support from the LSBA’s 2020 class of ATJ...
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We are proud to announce that Lagniappe Law Lab is the 2020 recipient of the Louisiana State Bar Association Access to Justice Program’s Legal Service Innovation Award! The award recognizes an innovative program and/or service that effectively meets the legal needs of vulnerable populations in Louisiana. At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, LLL worked...
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Lagniappe Law Lab and the Louisiana Bar Foundation are proud to announce the launch of the Louisiana Civil Legal Navigator. Louisianans can now access highly customized legal information and resources in four high-need areas of law: Landlord/Tenant, Divorce, Child Custody, and Employment. Building these resources was an extremely collaborative process, involving dozens of subject matter...
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