Field of Practice - Litigation and Technology
The Litigation and Technology Section of the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice explores the use of technology in the practice of law.
While actively representing clients in court, students design and implement projects aimed at assisting legal practitioners and increasing access to justice.
All Litigation and Technology section projects are open source and provided under the MIT License. All source code is available on Github.
More information is available at http://loyolalawtech.org
The Litigation and Technology section projects for the most recent year include:
- Multiple Bill Calculator
Helps Louisiana lawyers quickly calculate minimum and maximum sentences under the state's Habitual Offender Law.
An application that monitors changes to the Orleans Criminal Court Docket Master and allows practitioners to stay informed about the latest activity in their cases.
Aims to replace West's big and expensive handbook of criminal laws with a free, digital alternative.
Search engine and API for Louisiana Laws.