The A2J Student Editorial Board was a student-run initiative directed at training students in the use of A2J Author®, creating A2J Guided Interviews® and conducting research to increase access to justice.
This student-run model inspired the current Justice & Technology Practicum course. Through this course, students explore access to justice issues, including the use of technology in law practice and legal services, alternative legal services delivery models, e-lawyering, unbundling and pro se litigant assistance. The practicum provides students with experience in assisting self-represented litigants and providing legal information to low-income individuals. Students also draft automated court forms and instructions for pro se litigants and the public.