The Center offers technical instruction and funding for lawyers and law students interested in collaborating to design and author substantive legal software, such as self-help software for unrepresented parties, educational games, and legal expert systems. Student participants are eligible for two credits of supervised legal research and a completed project satisfies the skills requirement for graduation. Graduate project leaders are eligible for the Claude Mood Scarborough Fellowship.
Applications for project support are accepted throughout the year. For more information, contact Elizabeth Chambliss at firstname.lastname@example.org.