Welcome to the Pew’s Civil Justice Technology Project

This group focuses on a new initiative by the Pew Charitable Trusts to make the nation’s civil justice system more efficient, affordable and accessible. To achieve those goals, Pew and NIC are partnering to identify emerging/innovative technologies and practices with experts across human services, healthcare, public safety and IT – all of which already use advanced technologies. Once identified, Pew will conduct tests around the U.S. in the coming years to determine what works best. Ultimately, the objective of this work is to implement tools and approaches that level the legal playing field for millions of people for whom the courts are too often an impediment – rather than an opportunity – for achieving justice.
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We were delighted by the level of engagement and enthusiasm during theNational Action Agenda Symposium to Advance Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity. “Courting Equity: Using Technology to Improve Access to the Civil Justice System” breakout session focused on work that Stewards of Change Institute is conducting as part of a national initiative by the Pew Charitable Trusts to make the U.S. civil justice system more efficient, affordable and accessible. To achieve those aims, Pew and SOCI are partnering to identify emerging/innovative technologies and practices with experts across human services, healthcare, public safety and IT – all of which already use advanced technologies. Once identified, Pew will conduct tests around the U.S. in the coming years to determine what works best. Ultimately, the objective of this work is to implement tools  and approaches that level the legal playing field for millions of people for whom the courts are too often an impediment – rather than an opportunity – for achieving justice. View the session below >>
 
 

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