Legal Aid Agency Accessibility panel
The Legal Aid Agency is looking for people who work in the law and who are disabled and/or use assistive technologies to volunteer to be part of a research panel.
This panel will take part in ad-hoc research, helping us to ensure our digital services are inclusive and easy to use.
You do not need to work in Legal Aid to take part - we welcome people from all areas of the law.
What is a research panel?
A panel is a list of individuals who have signed up to be contacted about research opportunities.
How does it work?
When we start a research project, we select a sample of appropriate people from our panel and contact them explaining what the project is about and what involvement would look like. This could range from online surveys to interviews or group work, in person or by phone or video call. There is no commitment, people can always say no.
All personal information will be looked after under the data protection legislation. There is no obligation to take part in any research project and you can remove your details from our list at any point by emailing the team at email@example.com
Read about how we look after your personal information.
Want to be involved?
Please sign up by completing the form below.
Only complete this form if you:
- Are over the age of 18
- Agree to join the LAA Accessibility Panel and understand that your contact details will be stored securely and not shared outside the LAA user research team.
- Understand that there is no obligation to take part and that you can remove your details from the list at any point by emailing the LAA Digital Research Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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