More information on our Default Part II study in four graphs

We’ve been working on some new data representations for our Problem of Default Part II study, which is now in the field in Boston. This Part II study doesn’t have its own non-intervention control group (meaning, all of the groups we’re evaluating are receiving some sort of intervention). This is because Part I already demonstrated Read more about More information on our Default Part II study in four graphs[…]

RCTs in law: the Shriver studies

As you may remember from a previous post, the A2J Lab is developing an RCT in Providence, Rhode Island to study the effectiveness of triage in summary eviction cases. Part of our interest in studying eviction is that it’s a topic very much on policymakers’ minds. Because housing instability continues to receive a lot of Read more about RCTs in law: the Shriver studies[…]

Welcome to the Lab’s newest members!

We hope that all of our U.S. readers enjoyed a break over Thanksgiving. As we mark the beginning of December, we’re thrilled to introduce you to two new staff members who joined us this fall. Our new Associate Director of Research Innovations, April Faith-Slaker, joins us after serving in a variety of access to justice Read more about Welcome to the Lab’s newest members![…]