Mar 05, 2018
Congratulations to Dakota Plains Legal Services! With offices located on or near Indian reservations in North and South Dakota, DPLS provides legal representation, advocacy, conflict resolution, and community education options to Native American and non-Native clients throughout the community. With a focus on Indian law, family law, health law, housing law, and income maintenance law, DPLS has an especially proud history of effective advocacy addressing the unique needs of their Native American clients.
DPLS is seeing benefits from LegalServer’s Electronic Case Transfer capability. With one online intake site for all of South Dakota, applicants are directed to either Dakota Plains Legal Services, East River Legal Services, or Access 2 Justice South Dakota, depending on the legal issue, income, and location. South Dakota is now automating the intake process for case handling and getting cases in the queue to be worked faster.
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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