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2015 TIG Conference Session Materials

LSC will be updating their site with 2015 TIG Conference Session Materials. Here is the Conference Book with all the sessions and discriptions:

LSC has released the first set of slide decks and some videos of popular sessions.

Serious Gaming As a Learning Tool

Last week at LSC's 15th TIG conference, I attended some really great breakaway sessions about how different groups are using technology to better assist their clients. As somewhat of a gamer myself, I was very excited to learn about orgs that are developing or interested in developing games to assist self-represented litigants.

Legal Aid Organizations Using Infographics

Information graphics or Infographics are graphic representations of data or knowledge, and they are used for a variety of purposes  due to their unique ability to present information in an easily understandable and aesthetically pleasing way. Infographics incorporate data and design to tell a story or present complex information.  The infographic format simplifies information by creating a visualization that our brains are more likely to understand and remember.

Request for Proposal for Webinar Presentations 2015

Organizational Overview

The Legal Services National Technology Project (NTAP) is housed at the Northwest Justice Project in Seattle and serves a nationwide audience of legal aid organizations. NTAP helps nonprofit legal aid programs improve client services through the effective and innovative use of technology. To do this, we provide technology trainings, maintain information, create online tools, and host community forums such as the LStech email list and a YouTube channel.

Request Overview

Social Justice Hackathon Experience

Seattle University School of Law hosted the Social Justice Hackathon on November 6th and 7th with the goal of bringing together the legal and tech communities to create solutions to meet the legal needs of low income families. I was only able to attend Friday’s portion of the event, so this post will reflect my experiences from that day.

A 2015 Copyright Compendium

Hey everyone!

This year, we’ve seen some interesting and exciting opinions come out involving authorship, moral rights, fair use, parody, and public domain. With the end of the year just around the corner, here’s a look at some of these issues from five contemporary copyright cases:


Naruto the Monkey’s Selfie (PETA, et al. v. Slater, et al.


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