While the legal profession is coming to grips with technological disruption,
practitioners serving the needs of those with low and moderate-incomes find
themselves struggling to keep up. Insufficient resources clearly impede largescale technological improvements. Yet, the rise of civic coding and the growing
legal technology sector suggest an untapped pool of civic and private resources
ready to help address this shortfall. We argue that state trial courts are best
positioned to leverage these resources for the benefit of low and moderate income individuals by addressing a key structural impediment to innovation: the lack of clearly-defined judicial data standards.

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