On the 25th February Anson Evaluate with the aid of Tonic Workflows and Sheffield Legal Hackers hosted a showcase – celebrating ‘Access to Justice’ projects which had been worked on by those involved in the ‘Free Course: Build an A2J tool using Docassemble’.
Projects from the A2J Docassemble course included groups exploring revenge pornography, domestic abuse as well as asylum seekers. Each project would begin in the research stage, in order to understand what the unmet legal need was exactly; leading on from this research, groups began to design and plan apps or software which could be used as a basis to meet the legal need. From here groups used the Docassemble platform to build their project in code format. Finally each group has presented their A2J topic and demoed their Docassemble software in front of the other A2J groups as well as a virtual panel. The recording of the showcase held in February is linked below.