The Momentum Picks Up: a summary of technology and access to justice developments in the last quarter of 2016

LEF014 Winter Update_AW A review of developments over the last quarter of 2016 shows how the momentum of technological developments in the services of access to justice is picking up speed.  Seven themes emerge that are helpful in making sense of what is happening around the world. This is the most recent of a series … Continue reading The Momentum Picks Up: a summary of technology and access to justice developments in the last quarter of 2016

Domestic Violence, Technology and Abuse: techvsabuse.info

Much internet assistance on family law draws a distinction between advice on general matters and on domestic violence. In the latter case, the user is often ‘red flagged’ out of the provision of routine information and directed to sources of face-to-face help. This division – which has an obvious objective basis in the potential need … Continue reading Domestic Violence, Technology and Abuse: techvsabuse.info

Strategic leadership in Legal Tech: Singapore throws down the Gauntlet

Singapore has issued a call for leadership in its legal technology sector in a Legal Technology Vision. This was published by the Singapore Academy of Law (an overall body for those in the legal professions and judiciary) and launched by Chief Justice Menon at the opening of the new legal year in terns that would … Continue reading Strategic leadership in Legal Tech: Singapore throws down the Gauntlet

Legal Services Corporation TIG conference: reflections of a non-attender

As dawn breaks over Texas this morning, delegates to the Legal Services Corporation Technology Initiative Grants conference will be gearing themselves up for a final working breakfast. This conference has been very important to me: a joint Canadian-Californian session three years ago set me off on the track of following technological innovation across jurisdictional borders … Continue reading Legal Services Corporation TIG conference: reflections of a non-attender