Claire Johnson Raba

Clinical Teaching Fellow, Consumer Law Clinic; University of California, Irvine School of Law

Claire Johnson Raba is a clinical teaching fellow at the University of California, Irvine School of Law where she co-teaches a live-client litigation and policy Consumer Law Clinic that engages in direct representation and systemic reform on issues of economic injustice. Prior to joining UCI, as lead of the consumer law practice at Bay Area Legal Aid, Claire devised and implemented process-oriented technology and document automation solutions to scale unbundled services for unrepresented litigants in debt collection lawsuits and served as a consultant to the Judicial Council of California on a state-wide digital self-help overhaul. Her research at UCI focuses on access to state court record data, empirical research on outcomes of LegalTech tool use by self-represented litigants, and the intersection of consumer protection and emerging legal technologies.

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