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Legal Services Corporation’s 2015 TIG Conference
San Antonio, TX
January 14-16, 2015 
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Wednesday, January 14 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Data Analytics: Using Data You Have (and maybe others!) to Analyze Service Delivery

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The purpose of the session is to present current data analysis projects around the country and provide insight into what data is used, how it is analyzed, and what it tells us. The session will present three projects and then a short presentation of Big Data concepts and current practice.
1. New Mexico Legal Aid: Using case data from multiple agencies to identify service delivery gaps and opportunities. Presenter: Ed Marks, Executive Director New Mexico Legal Aid
2. Philadelphia Legal Assistance: How to link case data to publicly available data sources in order to estimate the magnitude of legal needs in the community and measure the impact of legal services. Presenter: Jonathan Pyle, Contract Performance Officer, Philadelphia Legal Assistance
3. Florida Bar Foundation: consolidating case data from all legal services programs in the State of Florida to create a comprehensive picture of the Florida delivery system with an eye towards systemic improvement. Presenter: Chuck Hays, Data Analyst, Florida Bar Foundation.
4. Big Data: what it means and where its going: using data "lakes" that serve as pools of data with disparate formats and through the use of ever evolving meta tag schema to allow for ad hoc analysis. Presenter: Joyce Raby

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Ed Marks

Executive Director, New Mexico Legal Aid, Inc.
Ed Marks is Executive Director for New Mexico Legal Aid, a statewide LSC-funded program with 10 offices and 70 staff. Ed is also a member of the New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice. Between 2004 and 2011, Ed was Litigation Director for Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Ed also has been a national trainer and consultant for legal aid technology, and participated in LSC’s 2012 Summit on the Use of Technology to Enhance Access to Justice. Ed began... Read More →
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Jonathan Pyle

Contract Performance Officer, Philadelphia Legal Assistance
Jonathan Pyle is an attorney with Philadelphia Legal Assistance, a non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income people in civil matters. At PLA he develops self-help resources for clients, implements new uses of technology, automates processes, and merges disparate public and private data sources to inform broad-based advocacy on behalf of low-income people. Before joining PLA, he practiced law in the areas of class... Read More →
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Joyce Raby

Executive Director, Florida Justice Technology Center
Joyce is the Executive Director of the Florida Justice Technology Center (FJTC), a statewide technology support center. FJTC partners with legal aid organizations, the courts, the clerk’s offices, pro bono efforts, the private bar, and others to increase access to justice through the innovative use of technology. FJTC receives grant monies from the Florida Bar Foundation, with funding that originated with The Florida Bar. FJTC currently... Read More →
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Jennifer Wimberly

Director of Grants, The Florida Bar Foundation
Jenn Wimberly, Director of Grants, The Florida Bar Foundation, oversees the Florida Bar Foundation’s grantmaking policies, procedures, and activities. She works with Florida’s 28 General Support and other grantees and makes decisions related to grant applications, funding decisions, and grant reporting. Jenn has been at the Foundation since 2008. Prior to her work at the Foundation, she was a legal aid attorney at both the Legal Aid Society... Read More →

Wednesday January 14, 2015 10:30am - 11:45am
La Villita A, Marriott Plaza San Antonio 555 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX 78205

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