We are excited to announce our 2016 LegalServer Training Schedule, building off the regular weekly trainings we’ve been offering. Each Tuesday at 1pm ET/ noon CT/ 11am MT and 10am PT our staff will hold a one hour training on a variety of topics.
Today LegalServer’s President and Co-Founder IV Ashton will join a distinguished group of presenters at a Chicago Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup. Other presenters include Pamela Morgan speaking on “Bitcoin, Blockchain & Smart Contracts What Lawyers Need to Know", Terri Mascherin of Jenner & Block presenting “The Future is Now: The Justice Entrepreneurs Project” and Aaron J. Massey of Perkins Coie.
We continue our quest to raise the bar in LegalServer, with a new online intake feature to help save time for legal aid agencies. Instead of the traditional intake process, the online feature allows the applicant to enter data from the Internet instead of a staff member. If an applicant is not eligible for services, LegalServer can either transfer applicant data to another agency or create a customized list of referrals and documentation for assistance.
A successful training event was held in New York City from September 29 to 31, 2015 for a number of software administrators and management level personnel using LegalServer, our web-based software, to help manage customers’ clients, volunteers, intakes, and reporting features. Three days of in-depth sessions, including LegalServer new features training conducted by Ron Wilhoite and Jeff Hogue, was held at the New York Bar Association, New York City, NY.
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.
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 is a leader working within the indigent legal justice community and therefore understands an optimal case management system for public defenders.
LegalServer case management software enhances performance for non-profit legal aid agencies, university law schools, public defenders and city law departments. 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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