• New Videos on FloridaLawHelp.org

    In my role as Online Content Manager, I keep a wish list of resources that I want to add to FloridaLawHelp. These are resources that I think will help our users understand their legal issues and rights. Videos are at the top of my wish list. Even if text is written in plain language and […]

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  • Piloting a Triage System in Clay County

    On January 6, 2016 FJTC held a Triage Pilot Kick Off meeting hosted by Clerk Tara Green of Clay County Circuit Court.  The design team got a chance to meet with the project vendors and begin the hard work of designing the triage system.  Much work remains to be done but it was an exciting […]

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  • FloridaLawHelp.org Review & Updates October 2015

     1. FloridaLawHelp Review In October, Florida Justice Tech Center (FJTC) staff reviewed the 194 “know your rights” (KYR) on the statewide FloridaLawHelp website.  The review was performed by FJTC’s legal content attorney and a non-attorney staff who has 10 years of experience creating and maintaining content on LawHelp websites. The KYR content on FloridaLawHelp currently features, […]

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  • Joyce Raby to guest lecture at Practice and Professionalism course on November 12

    IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law has assembled a line-up of leading legal aid experts to teach its Practice and Professionalism course.  The course is offered to students in the law school’s Praxis experiential learning program this fall. The course invites regional and national experts to explain how technological change affects law firm operations and how the legal […]

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  • Part-time Legal Content Manager Joins FJTC!

    We’re happy to announce that we’ve hired Katrina (Katie) Miller as our part time Legal Content Manager.  Having experience as both a law librarian and an attorney, Katie will bring to the Florida Justice Technology Center a unique combination of web, research skills, and legal acumen.  Katie has a JD, from the Florida State University […]

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  • FLORIDA JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY CENTER HOLDS ITS FIRST BOARD MEETING

    PHOTO: (left to right) Judge Catherine Peek McEwen the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida swears in Kathleen McLeroy, Greg Coleman, Thomas Oldt, and James Haggard as board members of the Florida Justice Technology Center Sept. 11 in Tampa. Not pictured is board member Adriana Linares, who was sworn in later. Date: […]

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