Category Archives: innovation

Sleeping with Google: a view from Australia

Andrea Perry-Petersen Andrea is a consultant, researcher, speaker and clinical legal education supervisor.  Views are her own.  If you would like to explore these ideas with her she can be contacted – andrea@andreaperrypetersen.com.au, via LinkedIn or Twitter @winkiepp ‘If we always do what we’ve always done, we’ll always get what we’ve always got.’  Attributed to Albert … Continue reading Sleeping with Google: a view from Australia

LexisNexis extends a hand

LexisNexis, the international legal technology company and publisher, provided one of the most interesting contributions to the Civil Justice Council’s December forum in London from its committee on litigants in person. Senior executives Christian Fleck and James Harper presented what the former called the ‘foundation for a ten year vision’ of the impact that the … Continue reading LexisNexis extends a hand

Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes: a half year report to December 2017

If you had to summarise global developments – albeit from a UK perspective – on how technology was being used to aid access to justice over the last half of 2017, what would you select as important? In a report for the Legal Education Foundation (which funds this site) I chose four themes: the general … Continue reading Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes: a half year report to December 2017

LSC Conference Day Two: the pace continues

The second day of the Legal Services Conference Innovations in Technology conference in New Orleans continues its unremitting pace. Nothing really has changed as compared with yesterday – the speakers are as good, the topics as interesting and varied. But there is a general issue reflected in the one plenary session of the day which … Continue reading LSC Conference Day Two: the pace continues

US conference justifies wider focus

The Legal Services Corporation (LSC), the US federal legal aid funder, has successfully – on the basis of its first day – revamped its annual technology conference to give it a wider focus. In past years, this has been based around the Technology Initiative Grant Program on which it spends around 1 per cent of … Continue reading US conference justifies wider focus