2020 NY Statewide Civil Legal Aid Technology Conference
On October 7th and 14th of 2020, New York State’s Permanent Commission on Access to Justice convened its Sixth Annual New York Statewide Civil Legal Aid Technology Conference. The event, co-sponsored by Just-Tech, Simpson Thacher, Cornell Tech, and LegalServer, presented an opportunity for the Managers and I.T. leaders of civil legal services programs to discuss the ongoing impact of technological innovation and the key role it plays within the community, particularly in times of pandemic.
The videos below were taken from some of the break-out and “Ask the Experts” sessions during this year’s conference, and outline how some programs have adjusted normal operations to deal with a number of technological challenges brought on by an increased demand for remote work capabilities and easier electronic access to the courts.
From Document Assembly to E-Filing: Fast Track Collaborations with Courts
Managing Client Collaborations: e-Signatures & Document Sharing
Single Sign-on: What’s the Fuss & How Do I Do It?
Virtual Office Best Practices
Rapid Fire Q&A Session
Better Data Access Through API Integrations
Tackling the Real Challenges Behind Document Management