Category Archives: digital access

Your Rebel, My Pioneer: Technology, Access to Justice and the ABA

Americans are emotionally attached to the notion of ‘rebels’. They want to see the tea floating in the harbour; the Harley-Davidson racing across the desert; Clint Eastwood taking an unconventional approach to law enforcement. The attraction may even account, more darkly, for Confederate nostalgia and President Trump support. The ABA Journal has just named its … Continue reading Your Rebel, My Pioneer: Technology, Access to Justice and the ABA

Digital exclusion and a Small Claims Online Court

A major issue for jurisdictions, like England and Wales, which are intending to implement Online Dispute Resolution within the official court and tribunal service is the extent to which a percentage of the population will be excluded from using them. This has obvious implications. If a significant group cannot be assumed to have the necessary … Continue reading Digital exclusion and a Small Claims Online Court