An assignment for legal tech courses teaching students about document automation.
The assignment below has been designed for law school legal technology courses teaching students about document automation. After completing this assignment, students will (1) learn the basics of document automation and expert systems; (2) understand how decision-tree workflows work; (3) strategically think about how to organize their legal app, and (4) be able to build a legal intake app or a full-fledged automation app on Documate.
Employment Discrimination Assignment
Re: Limited Coverage for Plaintiff-Side Employment Cases
I am about to head to trial, and I know you're taking 2 weeks off for the holidays. The year-end is a busy time for our firm because many employers are laying off or terminating staff. We want to make sure that our firm is available to anyone who is being illegally terminated. So I've come up with a solution: we're going to use document automation to handle our intake while we're away. The goals are to:
To do this I want you to build a workflow on Documate that captures the following information:
Please do your research on California employment discrimination claims under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act before building your workflow.
Please send me the link to the workflow when it's ready.
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