The Center for Access to Justice & Technology released a draft course library this week for use while teaching an A2J Clinic, which teaches law students how to use document assembly tools such as A2J Author and HotDocs while building A2J Guided Interviews for use by self-represented litigants. The course library is intended as a repository where faculty members who want to incorporate document assembly into their clinical courses can go to find reading assignments and teaching aides.
The materials included in the course library were chosen from those submitted by participants of the A2J Clinic Project, who will be using these materials to teach their courses during the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters. These materials will be organized and annotated to create the A2J Clinic eBook, which will be distributed by the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction at the conclusion of the Project to facilitate the growth and expansion of A2J Clinics nationally. Click here to preview the course library.