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Amanda Brown is a Legal Technology Consultant to the Louisiana Bar Foundation (LBF). Most recently she served as the ABA Center for Innovation’s inaugural Microsoft NextGen Fellow. During her fellowship, Amanda worked to support the design and development of the Legal Services Corporation Portal Project pilot, from which her current project, the Louisiana Civil Legal Navigator project, is derived. Prior to her fellowship, Amanda served as an LBF Flood Recovery Fellow at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services. She is a 2016 graduate of Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.

Making a difference with data driven decision-making

Amanda L. Brown, Esq., Legal Technology Consultant, Louisiana Legal Aid Navigator Project, Louisiana Bar Foundation – shares her experience on how using technology is an effective way to bridge the justice gap, and supports this position by demonstrating how data-driven decisions are used to help shine a light on where the needs are to ensure that efforts are then appropriately channeled from the start.

Subjects: Civil Liberties, Economy, Financial System, Government Resources, KM, Management, Technology Trends