‘In the face of rising levels of unmet legal need, we design and deliver high impact interventions to increase access to legal support and progress social justice.’ The Australian organisation, Justice Connect, may not have a snappy statement of purpose but it has one that sets out an ambitious stall. And the organisation’s track record … Continue reading Designing and Delivering High Impact Interventions: the experience of Justice Connect
Joshua Browder is a provocative, thoughtful and successful entrepreneur. His DoNotPay empire , describing itself as ‘the world’s first robot lawyer’, expands by the day. And he has now in his own words ‘finally published my writing on the future of the legal system’. Mr Browder was raised in Britain but did not get where … Continue reading Law as Code: a legal system shaped by software – a response
It is a sobering thought. But, many countries of the world may have passed the moment of ‘Peak Justice’. That is the time when the greatest proportion of their population had access to sufficient information, advice and assistance to identify and resolve their legal problems. Throw in the waves of new poor likely to be … Continue reading Will Technology advance access to justice? It depends. And not on the technology.
What are the top ten themes in the ongoing development of technology in access to justice to be gleaned from last week’s Legal Services Corporation conference? This is my selection. They are unavoidably coloured by the prejudices and experience of a Brit. The full nuance of the local may well not have been appreciated. Anyway, … Continue reading The US, technology and access to civil justice: the top ten lessons for a passing Brit
Anyone with hints on the best ways of delivering remote legal services has a ready audience at the present time. Hats off to the US Practising Law Institute (PLI) for a timely programme last night (for me). This opened the week of the big event of the technology/access to justice year, the annual Legal Services … Continue reading Remote Working