The CJDC Team
This report is the result of interviews with 32 civil justice stakeholders in Cleveland, Ohio; Washington, DC; Oklahoma; and Wisconsin discussing the benefits of and barriers to sharing civil court data.
The CJDC Team
This report lays out the fundamentals of a data commons and looks at other data commons and data repositories to find best practices and innovations.
These dashboards show the kinds of insights that can be gained from civil justice data. They were created as an example of the value understanding this data can provide to the public and courts. These dashboards were created using data published by the Maricopa, AZ County Courts.
Tanina Rostain, contributor
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Measuring Civil Justice for All: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know? How Can We Know It? (Cambridge, Mass.: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2021)
Tanina Rostain and Amy O’Hara
Chapter in Legal Tech and the Future of Civil Justice (Cambridge University Press, 2023)
Supporting Fair and Equitable Practices Around Data Ethics and Access in Government and Philanthropy (forthcoming)
Amy O’Hara and Stephanie Straus
Show Me the Evidence, Project Evident and Brookings Institution
Arizona State University Conference, February 17-18, 2022
State and Local Court Data: Access, Anyone? by Tanina Rostain
Data & Society Virtual Workshop, March 25, 2021
Data and Civil Justice by Amy O’Hara
Stanford Law School Virtual Conference, March 3, 2021
Access to Data as Access to Justice by Tanina Rostain