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Titans of access to justice and technology: interviews you might have missed

So, to give you some approachable but rewarding reading over the summer (for us in the Northern Hemisphere at least), here are links to interviews published over the last two years. You might have missed some of these. They  deal with issues but will also hopefully give a flavour of some of the remarkable people … Continue reading Titans of access to justice and technology: interviews you might have missed

June 2020: stories you might have missed

1 June Algorithmic Injustice: a flawed automated system led Michigan to charge 40,000 people with unemployment fraud. 93 per cent of the cases were wrong.  1 June App: Chicago Tribune covers the Rentervention app, promoted as ‘a Chicago Tenant’s best friend’. 2 June Covid 19: US Legal Services Corporation promotes youtube briefing on the Covid … Continue reading June 2020: stories you might have missed

January 2020: That was the Month that Was

What you need to read, know about or follow up in the world of access to justice and technology. 1 January: Veteran US commentator Bob Ambrogi launches the new year by identifying the top ten most significant legal tech developments of the last decade. He begins with ‘The Surge of the Startup” and ends with … Continue reading January 2020: That was the Month that Was