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In February, Friends of Farmworkers and the Pennsylvania Institutional Law Project went live with LegalServer. Both are based in Pennsylvania and are part of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network. Congratulations on all your hard work!
This month, we look forward to launching the Pennsylvania Community Justice Project, Center for NonProfit Legal Services, and Brooklyn Defender Services.
We hit the ground running in January as we welcomed three new groups to the LegalServer onboarding process.
The Pennsylvania Health Law Project is an agency dedicated to both direct advocacy and policy change to impact health care for low-income Pennsylvania consumers and MidPenn LegalServices provides civil legal services to low income residents and survivors of domestic violence in 18 counties in Central Pennsylvania. Both PHLP and MPLS are part of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network.
Community Legal Services and Counseling Center provides both free civil legal assistance and affordable psychological counseling to people with low incomes located in Cambridge Massachusetts.
In December, we welcomed the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program to the LegalServer onboarding process. SDVLP works to meet the needs of vulnerable San Diego residents through the hard work volunteer attorneys.
In December we saw Human Rights Initiative and LenoxHill go live on LegalServer. Human Rights Initiative of North Texas provides legal and support services to human rights abuse survivors, as well as advocating for justice and human rights. LenoxHill Neighborhood House employs a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to legal services for low income residents of New York City.
CLCMA focuses on litigating issues important to the Muslim community and defending the the civil liberties and legal rights of Muslims in courtrooms across America.
HerJustice serves women in the five boroughs of New York City in a variety of legal practice areas, leveraging pro bono attorneys as well as in house legal staff.
Last month we added a new option to our Outcomes V2 modules- the ability to add one or more subcategories.
LegalServer gives agencies the ability to track a wide variety of case outcomes. In addition to specific outcomes, agencies can create categories of outcomes (primary, secondary, and tertiary, for example), track financial outcomes (including amounts and frequency of monetary outcomes), and record multiple outcomes for the same case. This page covers the basics of both the user experience with Outcomes v2 as well as the administrative setup of the block and its associated lookups.
Happy to inform that North Penn Legal Services will be using our software to help manage their cases. NPLS is a nonprofit organization providing civil legal aid to low-income residents of Northeastern Pennsylvania. They provide legal assistance so that people can know their rights and free legal representation in non-criminal matters such as eviction from housing, discrimination, family law, and consumer protection issues.
LegalServer case management software enhances performance for non-profit legal aid agencies, university law schools, public defenders and city & county law departments. Our web-based platform improves legal case handling, provides insights to legal staff and management, and helps you make more informed decisions faster.
LegalServer staff have decades of combined experience applying technology solutions for attorneys who help society. Our encouraging and compassionate team will help you improve your processes while enabling you to configure the case management system to match the way you desire operating.
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