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LSC Technology Initiative Grants (TIG) seek to improve legal services delivery to the low-income population and to increase access by low-income persons to high quality legal services, to the judicial system, and to legal information.
LSC has updated its publication Technologies That Should Be in Place in a Legal Aid Office Today , often referred to as the LSC Technology Baselines. The updated Baselines demonstrate LSC's ongoing...
LSC's Innovations in Technology Conference will bring together a broad range of professionals from legal aid, the courts, legal tech start-ups, law schools and others interested in exploring innovative ways of using technology to promote access to justice and high-quality legal representation for low-income people.
The 2015 Technology Inititative Grants Conference was held January 14-16, 2015 in San Antonio, TX. Conference materials are posted below. Some of the most popular TIG Conference sessions were...
The 2014 TIG Conference was held January 15-17, 2014 - Jacksonville, Florida. The conference program book and session materials are posted below. View 2014 TIG Conference Program Book 2014 TIG...
In 2013, LSC awarded nearly $3.4 million in Technology Initiative Grants (TIGs) to fund 33 projects. LSC recipients in 21 states and territories received TIG awards. 2013 TIG Awards Press release...
This week LSC released a web-friendly version of the "Report of The Summit on the Use of Technology to Expand Access to Justice." This report is the product of a national summit convened in two parts...
In 2013, LSC awarded nearly $3.4 million in Technology Initiative Grants (TIGs) to fund 33 projects in 21 states and territories received TIG awards. The grants support a variety of initiatives,...

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