Category Archives: Mapping/GIS

Simply Brilliant — Florida Bar Foundation and SRLN Maps Show Hurricane Impacts and Legal Vulnerability

I do not think of myself as someone who “gushes” about every innovation, but this is so wonderful. If you were ever skeptical about the value of mapping and GIS for access to justice, just look at these and change … Continue reading

Posted in 100% Access Strategy and Campaign, Access to Justice Boards, Census Bureau, Legal Aid, Mapping/GIS, Research and Evalation, SRLN, Technology

New ATJ-GIS Fellowship Opportunity from SRLN

Katherine Alteneder of SRLN announces: I am delighted to seek applications for an exciting new ATJ fellowship opportunity with SRLN in partnership with Georgetown’s Institute for Technology Law & Policy and made possible with the generous support of the Public Welfare … Continue reading

Posted in Law Schools, Mapping/GIS, Technology, Tools | 2 Comments

More on ATJ Mapping

Things continue to move on the use of GIS and mapping to promote access to justice. It may be particularly important right now, because GIS helps us understand the context of the challenges faced by different populations in times of … Continue reading

Posted in Mapping/GIS

Next Wed Celebrate GIS Day with an SRLN Map Webinar

As announced by SRLN, on Wed at 1 PM, Eastern: In coordination with GIS Day and National Geographic’s Geography Awareness Week, the Self-Represented Litigation Network (srln.org)  is hosting a webinar on some of the ways geographic information systems (GIS) technology … Continue reading

Posted in 100% Access Strategy and Campaign, Census Bureau, Mapping/GIS, Metrics, SRL Statistics, SRLN