Technology

Survey About this Website for Advocate Users

Please go to the link below to complete a survey about how the website is working for you at this point in time.  I need to file a report next week, and am testing out the webform function of the site.  The webform function of the website seems to work at least as well as Survey Monkey, we may never need to use that website again!

Powerful New Mapping Tool

Wow - This is really cool!  The New York Times has taken the recent Census Data and mapped race and ethnicity, income, education, and Housing and Families.  What could your office do if you could find the pocket of Hispanic families in your county, or where the lowest income families live?  Check this out!

I have created a link under Links in the menu bar above: http://projects.nytimes.com/census/2010/explorer

Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, Inc.

Name:   Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, Inc.
     
Address:   1001 Prince George's Boulevard, Suite 750
    Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
     
Phone Number:   (301) 952-0063; 1-877-VICTIM-1
     
Fax Number:   (240) 929-0526
     
   

Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, Inc. is a statewide victims' rights organization, providing information on victims' rights to all Marylanders and specialized legal services to indigent crime victims.

Executive Director: Russell P. Butler, Esq.

E-Mail: rbutler@mdcrimevictims.org
Web site: www.mdcrimevictims.org

Your Maryland Scenic Photo Here!

MDJustice needs window dressing!  

I have been rotating photos on the front page, just to keep things interesting, but I live in Frederick, so many of the photos are local scenes.  Lovely, but let's get some representation from across the state.

Information about deaf access to legal services

I was asked about whether we have the technology to meet the needs of deaf clients. This requires some research, which I am still in the process of doing. I have collected some very relevant materials which I am posting here.

Every advocate and employee who may interact with a deaf client should be reading these materials so that they are prepared before meeting with deaf clients.

Maryland Advocacy Institute

Training Resources for Members

This group is for organizing, collecting, and distributing training that is useful for attorneys and advocates in legal services and the private bar providing services to clients in civil matters.

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