Last year, the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University (BYU) decided to try something new: a design-oriented course through a new program, LawX, aimed at tackling access to justice initiatives. The result? After one semester of work, the program designed a document automation tool for Utah debt collection cases, which LawX director Kimball Parker said has already exceeded double the clicks he expected for 2018.

So what to do for an encore? This year, it’s a new focus—evictions—with a new partner to help out.

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