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Equal Justice Works Fellowship The candidate will be project managing the implementation of an online intake system, and soft testing said system for accuracy. Will be surveying clients/potential clients on their experience with the online intake system and making adjustments as necessary. Researching, and writing â€œself-helpâ€/informational content on Legal Aidâ€™s website, to supplement our in-person advisory and legal intake. Providing outreach awareness and training to legal and non-legal community partners (such as libraries) regarding Legal Aidâ€™s new online intake services. Should have an interest in one or a combination of the following: providing legal services to rural communities, community partnerships, use of technology in improving legal aid service delivery, and legal aid program design. Should be technology literate and comfortable communicating with developers or other technology consultants. Must be a graduate of an Equal Justice Works Law School by the start of their Fellowship. Deadline: April 1, 2018. Note: This is a two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship beginning in September 2019.
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