Brian is a Solutions Architect with The Turnout. In this capacity, he works across teams to provide technical and software development expertise on a variety of projects. Brian is the lead architect of the Court Data Standardization Project, which aims to help improve the accessibility of online court information. He also supports a number of other government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private businesses through data and process analysis, visualizations, data standardization, and the development of software tools to assist in those tasks. Brian has spent nearly a decade in the nonprofit and technology space, working at Human-I-T and the XPrize Foundation. He is a graduate of the University of California, Riverside, and lives in Los Angeles.
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This post was originally published on Stanford Legal Design Lab's A Better Legal Internet.
In the past decade, an average of around twelve …