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Thursday, January 11 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Access for Whom? What Does it Mean for a Website or Tool to be Accessible?

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Accessibility is at the heart of our work in legal aid technology. We want our websites, forms, and interactive tools to be accessible to users. But what does that mean? Accessibility is more than a set of website design standards - it is multifaceted and intersectional. This panel will explore accessibility at the intersections of design, language, interactivity, content, and cultural competency. Join this session to discuss the question of what it means to build an accessible website, content, or tool - and what we can all do to get there.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Bradick

Nicole Bradick

CEO, Theory and Principle
Nicole Bradick is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Theory and Principle, a legal technology product design and development firm. Nicole and her team work with global law firms, foundations, and legal technology companies to build innovative digital products related to law... Read More →
avatar for Kate Geruntho Frank

Kate Geruntho Frank

Web and Publications Manager, CTLawHelp.org
Kate writes and edits educational materials for low-income self-represented parties in print and online at www.CTLawHelp.org. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism and has been building and managing high-traffic websites since the mid-1990s. Kate's articles, photos, and videos... Read More →
avatar for Jack Haycock

Jack Haycock

Client Focused Technology Innovator, Pine Tree Legal Assistance
Jack received their Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in 2016. At PTLA, Jack drafts and publishes plain language client education content of all types, administers PTLA's three Drupal websites, leads client-facing technology projects, heads social media efforts... Read More →
avatar for Teri Ross

Teri Ross

Interim Executive Director, Illinois Legal Aid Online
As Interim Executive Director at Illinois Legal Aid Online (ILAO), Teri leads a team of 16 people who are experts in content strategy, software development, document automation, community engagement, volunteer management, fundraising and finance. She fosters strategic partnerships... Read More →


Thursday January 11, 2018 10:00am - 11:15am
St. Jerome 3rd Floor

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