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Decolonizing Justice: Advancing Community-Grown Justice Solutions
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Eduardo Gonzalez

SRLN
Projects Manager
Washington, District of Columbia

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Eduardo seeks to improve the interfaces people encounter when they access the civil justice system or deliver legal help. Whether the experience is from the perspective of a self-represented litigant, a help or legal service provider, attorney, contractor or legal technologist, interactions with the civil justice system ought to be closely examined and improved. Eduardo leverages his expertise in emerging justice practices to support innovative initiatives to connect people with the resources they need and envision a better legal experience.

As the Projects Manager at the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), Eduardo supports SRLN's operations by managing workstreams designed to improve resources justice system professionals deploy to serve people navigating court issues. He was previously the Access to Justice Technology Fellow at Georgetown Law’s Institute of Technology Law & Policy and the Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN), where he worked to create a county-level understanding of innovations and self-help reforms that improve SRLs' access to civil justice across the United States. Eduardo received a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and his JD from Northeastern University School of Law (NUSL). After graduating, Eduardo worked with the NuLawLab and Connecticut Legal Aid as a game designer to develop browser and mobile games for self-represented litigants. Since then, he continues to engage civil justice partners in projects intended to improve court experiences.
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