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Friday, December 8 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
GIS for Justice: Using a Tool from Outside the Lawyer's Toolbox

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As we work collectively to fulfill the promise of justice for all and transform disadvantaged and disenfranchised communities, maps and visual data can be critical to our efforts. To create them we need a tool not usually found in a lawyer’s toolbox: Geographic Information System (GIS) technology. And, to harness the power of GIS, we need an effective communications strategy. In this session, we will explore access-to-justice initiatives that integrate mapping and GIS with strategic planning, impact advocacy, and effective communications. After hearing about success stories involving both legislative and civil legal advocacy, audience members will break into small teams for a brief exercise in which they together consider a problem they are confronting and what data could be collected or utilized to help identify a solution, show legal aid’s impact on the problem, or tell a story to help galvanize support.

Speakers
avatar for Alison Davis-Holland

Alison Davis-Holland

GIS/Data Manager, Self-Represented Litigation Network
Alison Davis-Holland is the GIS/data manager for the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN). She is a veteran cartographer and geographer with more than 20 years of experience thinking through problems, analyzing data, and optimizing solutions using geographic information systems... Read More →
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Nancy Kinnally

Director of Communications, The Florida Bar Foundation
Nancy Kinnally is the director of communications for The Florida Bar Foundation and a member of the communications team for the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice. She has more than 20 years of experience in strategic communications and journalism and has spent most of... Read More →
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Camille Ward

Network Engagement Manager, Voices for Civil Justice
Camille is Network Engagement Manager at Voices for Civil Justice. She has a background in journalism, research, and community organizing and has provided strategic support to non-profits in Indiana, Oregon, and Michigan. She has a master’s in U.S. History from Wayne State University... Read More →


Friday December 8, 2017 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Meeting Room 9 Meeting Room Level

Attendees (16)