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Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project www.lsntap.org Gabrielle Hammond
About NTAP NTAP is a national nonprofit that helps poverty law programs improve client services and outreach through innovative uses of technology.
About Presenters Ilene Jacobs, CRLA Jack Daniel, CRLA Gabrielle Hammond, NTAP
In This Session Understand Data Census Data and Other Data Use of Data in CRLA Use of mapping in CRLA for Litigation Trends GIS Mapping LSCs TIG GIS Mapping Project Census Mapper and Other Options
Polling of Audience How many use US Census Data in analyzing trends? How many use mapping software to visually display trends? Do you currently analyze case management data by hand? Or other data? Ways you have used data for litigation?
Ilene Jacobs & Jack Daniel Understand Data -- Connect to Litigation Census Data and Other Data Use of Data in CRLA Use of mapping in CRLA for Litigation Trends
Gabrielle Hammond Another Example of Mapping in Action Legal Services of Northern California GIS Mapping National Server Project CensusMapper
GIS: Coming Soon Legal Aid of East Tennessee, UT, NTAP: 1. National Server with US Census Data Uploaded into a mapping software called ArcIMS. 2. Non-techie solution: Can submit your CMS data to the server and generate Top 10 Maps.
Timeline UT has begun work on uploading Census data by program service area. Will meet with them on Monday. NTAP expects to begin training in nine months. Interested: Participate on Advisory Board for GIS: email@example.com
Possible Maps 1.Cases closed by county 2.Cases closed by zip code 3.Poverty population 4.Overlay of poverty population and cases closed 5.Open cases 6.Closed cases by case type (legal matter) 7.Closed cases by service rendered (counsel and advice, brief service, litigation with rep, etc.) 8.Cases closed by advocate assignment (and office) 9.Office location and cases closed 10.Pro bono cases closed 11.Persons helped 12.Location of opposing party by problem code 13.Ethnic background and cases closed or open 14.Primary language and cases closed or open 15.Cases closed by funding code 16.Rejected cases 17.Fundraising donor base