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  • Mobile game helps people act as their own lawyer so they don’t, for example, call the judge ‘dude’

    Concord Monitor - 01/16/2018

    “What surprised me as we scripted this game are aspects I wouldn’t necessarily have thought of. I would focus on the legal aspect – what happens in the courtroom – but there are a lot of things that need to be done well before court … that people don’t think about: Making sure you’ve got transportation, making sure you’re got child care; making sure you’ve eaten breakfast to have good energy,” said Dan Jackson, executive director of NuLawLab, the “innovation center” at the Northeastern University School of Law, which helped develop the web browser and smartphone versions of RePresent.

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