OpenAdvocate is built using DLAW 3.0, an open source website management system for legal aid websites. DLAW is built using the Drupal content management framework. DLAW is developed and maintained by Urban Insight in collaboration with Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project (LSNTAP), Idaho Legal Aid Services (ILAS) and several legal aid organizations. Development of the DLAW was funded through a Legal Service Corporation (LSC) Technology Initiative Grant.
Once Drush is installed, change to your web root directory, and run the following commands:
drush make dlaw3.make
This will install the latest stable versions of Drupal core, required contributed modules, and DLAW modules. Now you can install it like any other Drupal site using DLAW installation profile. For more information on installing Drupal, check out the documentation.
First Steps After Installation