Case Study

Collecting Outcome Data on Limited Services: A Case Study of Atlanta Legal Aid Society’s Enhanced Services Project Limited service cases make up approximately three-quarters of the reported cases...
A necessary component of strategic planning is an organization's internal evaluation. To develop a meaningful strategic plan, an organization should fully assess its capacities and the effectiveness of its work. This process establishes the foundation for realistic strategic planning and success of the plan.
While assessing the needs of the low-income people that you serve should be an ongoing process, a comprehensive, periodic assessment of the legal needs of the low-income community is required so legal aid organizations can adopt priorities that focus on the most pressing legal problems. This leads organizations to set goals and objectives and identify desired outcomes for clients.
TIG 16017 - Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut - Mobile-First Website Redesign Statewide Legal Services of Connecticut sought to make the self-help information and triage systems on its...
TIG 14010 - Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance - SharePoint Online Knowledge Management TIG funding supported Land of Lincoln in the development of a program-wide knowledge management system built on...
TIG 15028 - Community Legal Aid (MA) - Mobile Optimized Online Intake in English and Spanish Community Legal Aid (CLA) in Massachusetts sought to enhance the accessibility and efficiency of its...
There are many HotDocs and A2J document assembly projects that have been funded by TIG that have replication potential. Listed below is a brief synopsis of a couple of those projects. TIG 14009 –...