Chicago-Kent College of Law established the Center
for Access to Justice & Technology (CAJT) to make
justice more accessible to the public by promoting the use
of the Internet in the teaching, practice, and public access
to the law.
A2J Author featured in Law Day 2008 edition of the Chicago
Daily Law Bulletin
The article was featured in the April 26, 2008 issue.
To view the write-up, visit the Chicago
Daily Law Bulletin website.
Looking for Legal Experience this Fall?
Spend a couple of hours a week volunteering at the Self-Help
Web Center (SHWC) in Room 602 of the Daley Center.
The SHWC has three Internet-enabled computer workstations
that give self-represented litigants access to user-friendly,
web-based tools and resources created by Illinois Legal
Aid Online. SHWC users can utilize Illinois Legal Aid Online’s
content to better understand their legal issue and court
procedures. In addition, over fifty document assembly interviews
are now available to help visitors complete many common
court forms and letters.
SHWC is currently seeking volunteer web facilitators. Volunteers
gain real-world experience by helping self-represented and
under-represented litigants access legal information through
the Internet. To become an SHWC volunteer or to learn more
about this program contact Michael Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Associate Needed for Self-Help Web Center!
The Center for Access to Justice & Technology is seeking
a student eligible for work-study to work part-time (approximately
6-10 hours per week) at the Self-Help Web Center to help
pro se litigants create court documents using A2J Guided
Interviews® and HotDocs® Interviews, obtain case and docket
information, and provide location information for other
helpdesks and legal aid organizations. The work-study position
is available immediately and pays $10 per hour. If you are
customer-service oriented, dedicated, and enjoy helping
others, please forward your resume and available schedule
to Rachel R. Medina, CAJT Manager, email@example.com.
Preference will be given to current SHWC volunteers.
Student Associate Needed for the Center for Access to
Justice & Technology!
The Center for Access to Justice & Technology is
seeking a student eligible for work-study to work part-time
(approximately 15-20 hours per week) at the Center to assist
in administering national grant projects which fund the
development of the A2J Author® software, outreach and training
to legal aid organizations and courts nationwide, and research
and development of A2J Guided Interviews®. Specifically,
the Student Associate will be responsible for responding
to student and community inquiries about the Center’s activities;
assisting in the production and maintenance of print and
online publicity materials; maintenance of registrations
and project contacts; assisting in the development and delivery
of A2J Author® training and support tools; and, creation
and testing of A2J Guided Interviews® and software updates.
The work-study position is available immediately and pays
$10 per hour. If you enjoy working with the law, technology
and helping others, please forward your resume and available
schedule to Rachel R. Medina, CAJT Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Interest Certificate Program
Letter of Intent
Interest Certificate Program
is currently accepting letters of intent for the certificate
program. The Certificate requires 12 credit hours for completion,
including Public Interest Law and Policy and the public
interest section of Legal Writing IV. Letter of intent forms
are available on the Center
for Access to Justice & Technology website.
For more information about any of our projects please email:
or visit www.kentlaw.edu/cajt.