Dr. Hagan says that the Lab currently is a nonprofit collaborative project among law students.
The Lab’s work currently addresses:
- Visualization of legal information
- Improvements in dispute resolution
- Legal educational technology with an emphasis on gamification
- Court technology, under the rubric of Usable court systems
- Technology and innovation in access to justice
For more information, please see the Open Law Lab Website.
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