How Technology Impacts Access to Justice
Anna Hoffmann is a scholar and writer working at the intersections of data, technology, culture, and ethics. She is currently an Assistant Professor with The Information School at the University of Washington. Her work centers on issues in information, data, and ethics, paying specific attention to the ways discourse, design, and uses of information technology work to promote or hinder the pursuit of important human values like respect and justice.
Eduardo Gonzalez is a Northeastern University Law alumnus who currently works for the self-represented litigation network. In the past, Mr. Gonzalez has created innovative projects to help ensure that pro-se (self-represented) defendants can attain equitable access to the courts, like making an interactive video game that explained the court process. Mr. Gonzalez also spent time at the Georgetown University Law Center as an Access to Justice Technology Fellow.
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