Since 2009, the Cyberlaw Clinic has been actively involved in an effort to assist the Massachusetts court system to evaluate ways to use technology to assist citizens in navigating the legal system while easing the burden on under-resourced courts. Working closely with Massachusetts housing court judge Diana Fein, who has been appointed as a special adviser for Access to Justice Initiatives by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, the Clinic has examined technology initiatives in courts around the country, interviewed court and legal aid personnel, technology specialists and vendors, and analyzed relevant literature. Several Cyberlaw Clinic students, working under the direction of Cyberlaw Clinic Director Phil Malone, prepared a July 2010 preliminary report in an effort to help the Massachusetts Trial Court work toward a comprehensive, holistic strategic plan for maximizing technology’s role in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Access to Justice Initiative.
Check out the @cyberlawclinic's own @NCPtarmigan and our friend and collaborator Finale Doshi-Velez from @hseas, writing in the @washingtonpost about artificial intelligence and accountability washingtonpost.com/outlook/ai…
Check out the newly-redesigned website from @EdDebtJustice, featuring valuable resources about the Project on Predatory Student Lending and its litigation and advocacy efforts predatorystudentlending.org
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