Self-serve legal information kiosks to be installed at Tennessee courthouses
Kiosks will give self-represented litigants access to legal information at county courthouses, according to The Chattanoogan.
The kiosks will connect civil litigants with a variety of tools to help them navigate the legal system, including information about legal aid offices, pro bono projects, court-approved documents and more.
The kiosks are funded by grants from the Tennessee Supreme Court and the Administrative Office of the Courts, and will be installed in eight counties. The initiative was led by the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission.
The eight counties were selected through an application process and include: Anderson, Blount, Dickson, Hamilton, Hawkins, Knox, Shelby and Sullivan.