The A2J Lab is committed to producing rigorous empirical evidence to support effective innovation in legal services. We also are part of a movement to transform the legal profession into one that values–and embraces–evidence-based approaches to narrowing the justice gap. In addition to our field operations, national presentations, and published papers, the A2J Lab recently hosted its first hackathon. On the snowy morning of February 13, we brought together a fantastic mix of expert, creative minds to develop self-help materials for our guardianship service of process study.
In another first, we are pleased to introduce our YouTube channel!
In addition to our hallmark “Why RCTs?” and Student Series blog posts, we will periodically add videos on YouTube. These uploads will offer quick insights into some of our signature studies and the Lab’s more general activities. We open today with a “Get to Know the A2J Lab” video. (The one linked here is about eight minutes long; if you only have half that time, check out the shorter version!) You will hear from the Lab’s staff, as well as two J.D./Ph.D. student affiliates who are working on specific projects.