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Posted by: ninjaroll
« on: June 10, 2015, 10:41:38 AM »

How goes the mind of FAS on acting as both anchor and font of support for surveys on various advocacy related issues?  All standards would apply like private preview and right of refusal, etc.

There's a national social justice discussion regarding affordable access to legal services with emerging state licensure of limited practice officers and limited legal technicians.  Somewhere in the soup are subject matter expert lay advocates for children with disabilities.

I'd like to attempt to measure that unmet need with hopefully insight specific to LTFA in quantitative terms.  I think the qualitative QOL has already been saturated with meta-analyses even if it wasn't done well.