Victor Quintanilla presented at Georgetown Law/American Bar Foundation on his research on people’s experience of courts. He’s measuring people’s social psychology while going through a justice journey –…
This book explains how policy-making often focuses too much on the policies in the abstract and does not focus on their actual administration. There’s too much focus on the policyholder or the policymaker, and not so much on the citizen’s experience More burdens are faced by those who have fewer resources to manage and overcome them. For many Americans, the experience of government is the experience of burden.
Can legal practitioners, particularly those working on access to justice, learn from how AI is being rolled out in medical systems? Can we borrow their typology of AI — and also the problems with equity and bias in past AI/health projects?
Reimagining Courts collects data and ideas for how the court system in the United States might be improved to be more human-centered and more efficient. It looks at what is happening inside of different types of court systems in the US, including some innovative new models like problem-solving courts.