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Weekly notes May 9

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This week Daniela, with support from the DSD team, completed the initial discovery workshops for the  civil claims exemplar. We had great brainstorming sessions with colleagues from HM Court and Tribunals Service, MOJ and GDS. The combined insight from  sessions on customer and court users, process, business and technical systems will drive the scope of what we deliver as an alpha digital claims service.

The prison visits  booking  exemplar is nearing the end of  the discovery phase. Gavin is about to blog about it.

Relly and Eddie are doing an expert review on content and design for the employment tribunal fees system, following some good user testing last week.

Vera, Dan and Mat have been busy with courtfinder and legal aid checker tools. Courtfinder can now show route planning to give you a visual idea of how to get to your court. As usual, your feedback is very welcome.

James  has nearly completed  the alpha of the tribunal decision database , giving access to all reported and unreported cases from the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal.

The DSD team is continuing to grow with one more developer and designer joining us in a few weeks.

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