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I spoke yesterday at the AALL on Access to Justice, Technology and some of the great works here at NTAP & NJP. and also through the legal aid community.  We specifically highlighted!
Here is the description of the panel and Slides:
Inclusion, Accessibility, Usability, Privacy, Openness and Sharing Best Practices are some of the technological values that make up the Washington State Access to Justice Technology Principles. These Principles were created to ensure that technology in the justice system reduces barriers, promotes better decision-making, and enables equal and fair access to our courts.  Learn how these principles were developed and see how the folks in the Communities Connect legal services network and the technology wizards at the Northwest Justice Project have applied them in innovative, cost-saving ways to connect people to the legal resources they need.
I hope to get access to the full audio so we can create a video:

Follow the link below to download a PDF version of the presentation materials:

G1 Equitable Accessible and Affordable AALL 2013 Annual Meeting Presentation

G1 General Supplemental Materials

G1 Materials for Part 1 -- The Washington State Access to Justice Technology Principles

G1 Materials for Part 2 -- Communities Connect and JusticeNet

G1 Materials for Part 3--Practical Tips