Texas launched their updated LH3 site in mid-September, Texaslawhelp.org. Congrats to the Texas Legal Services Center, the Travis County Law Library, and other participating programs throughout the state!
Take a second to check out their new site! TexasLawHelp.org does an excellent job of highlighting their Do It Yourself Forms, both printable and interactive. These forms are featured in the header bar, as well in widgets below their topic areas. This allows easy navigation to the DIY resources regardless of where the user is on the home page. Texas continues to draw attention to the Texas Civil Courts Guide, a custom directory developed by Pro Bono Net under a TIG grant, through a right side bar CK editor. This link directs the user to a secondary page dedicated to locating courts by geographic and subject matter jurisdiction. Texas also features their self-help videos through a widget on their home page. This links directly to their video content page, with self-help videos such as this one, helping low income Texans navigate the court system.
Interested in learning more about how TexasLawHelp.org is using any of LH3’s new features? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.