Promoting Efficient Inter-Agency Technology Needs Assessment, Planning, Collaboration and Evaluation
The Access to Justice Board Technology Committee promotes efficient inter-agency technology needs assessment, planning, collaboration and evaluation, and the effective application of technology to provide equitable use of the civil justice system. The committee oversees the implementation of the Access to Justice Technology Principles, established by order of the Washington Supreme Court.
View the Technology Committee summary, including a brief work plan, membership, and meeting information.
The Technology Committee meets on the first Monday of the month from noon to 1pm.
Hon. Laura Bradley, Assistant Chief Industrial Appeals Judge
Emily McReynolds, Program Director, Tech Policy Lab at the University of Washington
Mission, scope and administration of the Board
Read the Access to Justice Technology Principles
Tools to help you apply the ATJ Technology Principles
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