Records of the Center for Access to Justice and Technology

Chicago-Kent College of Law

Details

2.50 Linear Feet.
The Access to Justice Project series is arranged into five subseries, each arranged chronologically, and includes general correspondence, financial materials, and curriculum planning and course materials. Also included are prototypes of software designs based on the research of the IPRO and ID courses, drafts and published reports on the findings of the IPRO and ID courses, conference materials from the International Conference on Substantive Technology in the Law School and the Judicial Decision Support Systems Symposium (JDSS3), and materials related to the Self-Help Web Center and the Justice Web Collaboratory.
Related collections: Records of the Center for Law and Computers (AC027) and Records of the Illinois Technology Center (AC029).
The IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law Archives is available to the public by appointment.
One VHS tape and two audiocassettes related to site visit research for the Access to Justice IPRO project were removed and placed in audiovisual storage.

Related Resources

Finding aid to Records of the Center for Access to Justice and Technology accessible online.: http://scholarship.kentlaw.iit.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1029&context=finding_aid
View this description in WorldCat: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/953204031