Hagan: Applications invited for: Access to Justice Design Sprint

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Access to Justice Design Sprint, at the Program for Legal Tech + Design.

Here are excerpts from the post:

Are you a User Experience or Interface designer with an interest in public service? Do you want to use your design skills to help millions of Californians get better access to legal help? […]

Stanford Law School & d.school are holding an Access to Justice Design Sprint — to redesign the California Courts’ official website that provides self-help resources to any Californian who wants to understand & resolve their legal problems. The website has millions of visitors every year, searching for help with their legal challenges. The Court’s staff & IT team are partnering with us to redesign how their large collection of self-help resources can be designed for more people to access, in a more user-friendly & engaging way.

We invite you to apply to join the working group of designers & legal experts that will develop new designs for the site. If you are not located in the Bay Area, we still invite you to apply to work with us remotely. […]

To apply or for more information, please see the complete post.

For more resources related to this project, please see the comments to this post.

HT @legaltechdesign

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