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November: global access to justice tech developments in the media

2 November LawforLIfe publishes Resource for PLE Trainers: A practical guide to public legal education. This includes a section on going digital: ‘Attendance and participation in online courses were much better than we expected. This could be due to the fact that people did not have to travel long distances and that our films and … Continue reading November: global access to justice tech developments in the media

October 2020 – stories that you might have missed

1 October BC’s Shannon Salter commends ABA’s paper on ODR in the US, noting the rise in court-annexed projects – like her own Civil Resolution Tribunal – where ‘almost 2/3 of new projects were added in 2018-2019’. The Public Law Project warns ‘that millions of EU citizens with settled status may face discrimination and other problems … Continue reading October 2020 – stories that you might have missed

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