Projects

LABook Series

Following on Marc Florman’s 2012 project, the LABook series of apps collects the Louisiana Criminal, Civil, and Civil Procedure laws into small, mobile-first apps. The apps are regularly updated with data from the Huey scraper and are free and open source. Get LACrimBook, LACivBook, and LACivProBook by searching your app store or following these links: iOS | Android. Web-based demos can be found here: LACrimBook, LACivBook, LACivProBook The source code for each project is available on Github. Project By:

Marc Florman

Marc Florman
Class of 2013
Judson Mitchell

Judson Mitchell
Assoc. Clinical Professor

Lawlidays

A simple tool to find out the legal holidays in any U.S. state and export to Google Calendar, JSON, and CSV. The source code is available on Github

Marc Florman

Judson Mitchell
Clinical Professor


JuJu – Juvenile Justice Calculator

JuJu is a tool to help lawyers advocate for less restrictive and expensive sentences in juvenile cases. Using publicly available data, the app calculates the difference between two proposed sentences. The idea for the app came from Josh Perry, executive director of the Louisiana Center for Children’s Rights and was created during the spring semester of 2014. Web

Project By:

Monika Arceneax

Monika Arceneaux
Class of 2014
Justin Cantu

Justin Cantu
Class of 2014
Hank Pailet

Hank Pailet
Class of 2014

Good Time Calculator

This project was originally suggested to us by an attendee of our presentation at the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Attorney’s 2013 CLE. It is a simple calculator to determine an inmate’s diminution in sentence (“good time”) for good behavior under Louisiana law. Project By:

Kevin Carter

Kevin Carter
Class of 2014
John Love Norris IV

John Love Norris IV
Class of 2013

Interactive Decision Tree

A fork of Warren Harrison‘s excellent Interactive Decision Tree which allows potential clients to self-screen their claims and to be directed to useful legal resources.  The demo builds off of the work of students Shannon Jung ’13 and Edem Tsiagbey ’13.  More information about the project is available here. Project By:

Kevin Carter

Shannon Jung
Class of 2013
Edem Tsiagbey

Edem Tsiagbey
Class of 2013

Multiple Bill Calculator

Multiple Bill Calculator is a web-based tool to help Louisiana lawyers quickly calculate minimum and maximum sentences under the state’s Habitual Offender Law. Project By:

Ryan Gaudet
Class of 2013

John Love Norris IV
Class of 2013

DocketMinder

DocketMinder is an application which monitors changes to the Orleans Criminal Court Docket Master. It allows practitioners to stay informed about the latest activity in their cases. Project By:

Nick Zotti
Class of 2013

Michael Tassin
Class of 2013

LACrimBook

LACrimBook aims to replace West’s big and expensive handbook of criminal laws with a free, digital alternative. This HTML5 app runs anywhere and works whether or not you have an internet connection. Project By:

Marc Florman
Class of 2013

Judson Mitchell
Assoc. Clinical Professor

Huey

Huey is a search engine and API for Louisiana Laws. Project By:

Judson Mitchell
Assoc. Clinical Professor

Marc Florman
Class of 2013


More projects coming soon!