Civvis partners with ABA and LSC for Legal Tech for a Change Project

American Bar AssociationAccess to Justice already has enough barriers to overcome. We believe that technology should not be one of them. We’re currently working with Legal Aid Providers across the country to deliver better experiences for their clients and staff. Our platform reduces paperwork and cumbersome workflows through online PDF form completion. Civvis works with any individual court form or collection of forms such as those in a Self-Help (Pro Se) packet.

Civvis offers user-friendly interview designs for multipage forms and Pro se or Self-help packets. Our designs are also Section 508 ADA compliant allowing PDF forms and paperwork to be completed by clients with disabilities.

Called Legal Tech for a Change, the project is spearheaded by the ABA Center for Innovation, the association’s 2016 initiative to create more accessible, efficient and effective legal services. The center will focus on leveraging its resources and network to recruit tech companies while the LSC will identify tech solutions that help make the delivery of legal aid services more efficient and usable for LSC grantees.

“Legal Tech for a Change gives LSC-funded legal aid programs early and free access to technology that can improve client service and enhance program efficiency. We are grateful to the ABA Center for Innovation for leading this imaginative initiative to improve access to justice.”

LSC President James L. Sandman

Civvis is excited to be part of this innovative program and to help redesigned access to help you redefine justice.

Read more from the ABA press release.