Target Audience: Public law librarians who work with self-represented litigants
1) Participants will be able to identify important factors to consider in the development and design of online dynamic legal forms.
2) Participants will receive coaching on how to navigate and address political issues surrounding the creation of dynamic legal forms.
Online intelligent legal forms are the future of form delivery for self-represented litigants. However, developing such forms can be labor intensive and complex. If your state or county court is considering developing online dynamic legal forms, you will want to learn from first adopters about what works well and what doesn’t, as well as how TurboForms will impact all public law librarians. Speakers will address the creation of a vendor-supported and fee-based system implemented state-wide in Arizona (TurboCourt), as well as a large metropolitan county court’s home-grown and free system (eCourt in Maricopa County), which is used by select other county court systems in the same state.