Category Archives: digital self help

A2J Tech and the US: Part 2

The roundup of latest US developments in A2J tech continues this week with the second half of the Legal Services Corporation ITC conference. This is my selection of take aways from yesterday. These are to be added to last week’s and the sessions later today (to be written up next week). They are presented as … Continue reading A2J Tech and the US: Part 2

‘Do It Yourself’ does not mean ‘Fire and Forget’: more lessons on document self assembly

London-based public legal education NGO, Law for Life  provides another lesson in document self assembly to follow the two previous posts. Its self assembly tool has led to a successful threat of strategic judicial review litigation against a government department. This provides a good example of how the routine can evolve into the strategic and … Continue reading ‘Do It Yourself’ does not mean ‘Fire and Forget’: more lessons on document self assembly

Big Sky Thinking in Big Sky Country – the future of automated document assembly

Few readers will be assiduous followers of legal developments in access to justice within the US state of Montana. So the chances are that most missed a recent story. On 7 July, Montana Legal Services tweeted about assistance for former tenants needing help in get return of their security deposit. This included a link to … Continue reading Big Sky Thinking in Big Sky Country – the future of automated document assembly

Making Claims and Learning Lessons on Using the Internet: British Columbia shows up England and Wales

A new Guide to Making a Claim to small claims relating to road accidents in England and Wales raises some interesting – and, indeed, generally relevant – issues about online provision of portals and assistance. The guide is an online booklet of 64 pages giving information on a new Official Injury Claim online service to … Continue reading Making Claims and Learning Lessons on Using the Internet: British Columbia shows up England and Wales

Hello Divorce, Hello New Practice Model

Hello Divorce is a trailblazing online family law service. it is the brainchild of family law practitioner Erin Levine. Based in California, it operates in two other states with plans for more but readers might want to consult this site not actually to get a divorce but to be inspired by the underlying business model. … Continue reading Hello Divorce, Hello New Practice Model