Two Annoucements — TIG and a Forms Webinar

Here is information for the two events taken from their announcements:

Forms Webinar:

The Self-Represented Litigation Network is presenting a webinar on forms on Dec 5.

Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
This webinar features a look at forms efforts in California, New York, Washington, and Utah plus a sneak peak at new features for A2J Author. These will be done in a rapid fire, ignite format to deliver a lot of information in a short time. Join us and learn about form design, the importance of plain language, and the latest in document automation.

Thursday, December 5, 2013, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM EST

The TIG Conference Announcement.

LSC’s 2014 Technology Initiative Grants (TIG) Conference
January 15-17, 2014, Jacksonville, FL

LSC’s TIG Conference is the only national event focused exclusively on the use of technology in the legal aid community. The conference provides a unique opportunity to learn about effective uses of technology in legal aid, network with a national community of colleagues and cultivate project ideas that could lead to successful TIG applications.

What’s Covered: Session topics will cover a range of issues such as how the use of technology can enhance internal legal services operations, improve client services, address access and triage issues and effectively provide legal information to low-income people. Sessions will also cover management of TIG projects, including reporting and evaluation requirements.

There will also be an opportunity to exchange information in more informal ‘Affinity Group’ networking sessions that attendees helped determine at registration, and an ‘Ignite’ style plenary session called ‘RAPID FIRE TECH’ to provide some fast-paced presentations highlighting technology project successes, new ideas and lessons learned.

for More Information and to Register .


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