Here is where we will gather a big list of software, websites, links and other resources that people are using in their law school technology courses. If you have a suggestion, put it in the comments.
DOCUMENT AUTOMATION/LEGAL PROCESS
- A2J Author – www.a2jauthor.org
A2J Author is a website where students can create Guided Interviews that walk someone through a legal process or filling out a form. It is used extensively by legal aid organizations and was developed by CALI. It is free to law schools. More information at the website and sample syllabi and tools at a2jclinic.classcaster.net.Contact: Jessica Frank (email@example.com)
- Neota Logic – Neota Logic’s no-code approach is accessible to everyone, allowing non-programmers to develop, test, and implement applications. Our applications are capable of addressing rules-based functions, complex reasoning, document logic, and process workflow.Contact: Kevin Mulcahy, Director of Education (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- HotDocs – HotDocs allows you to transform your frequently used documents and forms into intelligent templates that enable superfast production of custom documentation.Download free 30 day trial.
- QnAMarkup – QnA is a simple markup language for people with little or no programing experience. It was designed with attorneys in mind and transforms blocks of nested text into interactive QnAs. These QnAs can be used as stand-alone expert systems or in the aid of rule-based document construction.
- Docassemble – A free, open-source expert system for guided interviews and document assembly, based on Python, YAML, and Markdown.
LAW FIRM MANAGEMENT