Over the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about a few news stories here at the Lab. We thought they might be of interest to you as well. If you’re looking for some reading, consider the following:
- A fellow Lab is in the press! We were really excited to learn about the work of the LawX A2J Lab at BYU. Check out the work they’re doing on debt collection in Utah: My Visit to the LawX A2J Lab at BYU Law School: Seeing Innovation in Action.
- An academic publication of an RCT that caught our eye: Off-label treatments were not consistently better or worse than approved drug treatments in randomized trials.
- A story describing a new online project to make justice more accessible to victims of intimate partner violence, a need of which we’re keenly aware here at the Lab: Startup Launching Today Provides Automated Legal Help to Those with Low and Moderate Incomes, Starting with Domestic Violence .
- A piece about HLS Prof. Jeanne Charn’s research on pro se litigants, which references Lab Faculty Director Jim Greiner’s research.