As you may know, USCIS has started making improvements to their immigration forms, including the incorporation of bar codes into specific forms. While initially this only affects certain forms, it is very likely that this will come standard on all forms relatively soon.
Legal Services Corporation (LSC) convened the 2012 Summit on the Use of Technology to Expand Access to Justice on June 21-22 in Silver Spring, Md. Nearly 50 participants — including the founder of LegalServer, IV Ashton — met to explore the potential of technology to move the United States toward providing service of some form to all with a legal need.
Illinois Legal Aid Online (ILAO) was created in March 2001 following a statewide study that looked at the technology needs of legal aid groups. Since then, they have become a national model for how legal aid groups can use technology to bridge the gap between their services and the people who need them.
The Chicago Bar Foundation's (CBF) Sixth Annual Investing in Justice Campaign is just winding to a close, and LegalServer is proud to have played a role in once again answered the call to help ensure that people in need in our community have access to justice.
We're pleased to announce the launch of the Northwest Justice Project online application process and triage tool, CLEAR*Online. The portal was developed by LegalServer, and supported by a Technology Initiative Grant from the Legal Services Corporation.
We at LegalServer congratulate Cabrini Green Legal Aid for their great work in the community and for winning the 2011 Lumity Technology Leadership Award for their implementation of LegalServer. Each year, the Award recognizes a non-profit organization that demonstrates an innovative use of technology that positively impacts their organization.
Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, one of the largest legal aid volunteer agencies in the country, has chosen to use LegalServer to manage their volunteer and client bases. LegalServer's flexible web-based platform will enhance CVLS's vast multidisciplinary practice areas as well as integrate easily with their fundraising needs.
Working closely with Illinois Legal Aid Online, Pro Bono Net, Capstone and LSC, LegalServer is set to launch its newly integrated tool for legal aid agencies to send client case data directly to a national server hosting HotDocs automated document templates.
At the request of the Legal Foundation of Washington, Ron Wihoite and IV Ashton will speak at a breakout session of the 24th Annual Goldmark Award Luncheon in Seattle on February 26, 2010. Washington state is one of three states to recently implement LegalServer throughout its legal services delivery network.
Since 2001, LegalServer has been helping the legal aid community do more with less by leveraging the most comprehensive web-based case management system for non-profit civil legal aid.
LegalServer case management software enhances performance for non-profit legal aid agencies, university law schools and public defenders. Through a cloud-based hosted platform we are improving legal case handling and providing insights to legal staff and management for making more informed decisions faster.
Designed to improve the effectiveness of data collection and action by enhancing the process by which data is collected, stored, and used, LegalServer will facilitate better communication, collaboration and reporting.
Many in the LegalServer team are attorneys who have hands on experience taking a powerful case management system and optimally configuring it to you.
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