Join us to learn about the crucial functions of Alaska and Hawaii’s new justice portals. Also, we’ll discuss the rationale behind the curated experience and its cutting-edge technology strategies that allow for future—nationwide—replication.
The portal project, supported by the Legal Services Corporation, Microsoft and Pro Bono Net, is in its second year. The project’s goal is ensuring that all people with civil legal needs can navigate their options and easily access appropriate solutions available to them from legal aid, the courts, the private bar, and community partners.
We’ll also discuss how this project intersects with Hawaii and Alaska’s Justice for Allinitiatives and the
challenges opportunities that have surfaced in bringing this ambitious vision to life.
This session will be lead by Kara Doles, Hawaii Legal Aid and Stacey Marz, Director, Family Law Self-Help Center, Alaska Court System.