Category Archives: digital strategy

Law Technology and Access to Justice: no killer app but much to think about 

This presentation attempts to set out where we are now in the application of technology to access to justice. I  want to explore a framework will help us to comprehend the different currents of development. If you would like the takeaway up front: there is no ‘killer app’; there are broad and uneven developments over … Continue reading Law Technology and Access to Justice: no killer app but much to think about 

Challenging Times

Two recent developments in London are significant both domestically and internationally. The first was the formal launch of the ‘Legal Access Challenge” by NESTA, once the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts. This is part of the £700,000 ($882,000) project overseen by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The other is the creation of an … Continue reading Challenging Times

‘Tech-celeration’: lessons from another island state

For Brexit- beleaguered Brits, Singapore should be a bit of a role model. It is a small island economy that has made a success of independence from its larger neighbours. There are, of course, significant differences. For a start, Singapore is very clear about its global role and does not hanker for an imperial past. … Continue reading ‘Tech-celeration’: lessons from another island state

The Challenge of Access to Justice: moving beyond the hackathon

As the LegalTech market started to explode a few years ago, optimism grew that its impact would improve both commercial practice and access to justice. Alas, this has not really proved to be the case. A challenge fund established by Nesta and the Solicitors Regulation Authority is an attempt further to jumpstart strategic assistance to … Continue reading The Challenge of Access to Justice: moving beyond the hackathon