Category Archives: law tech

Practice Management, Clio and Access to Justice

Clio, the Canadian legal practice management software company, is a phenomenon. Its home is in the Burnaby suburb of Vancouver but last week it held its seventh annual conference in San Diego. Good choice. Right within touch of the California tech playgrounds.It had a world-renown edgy keynote speaker – Glenn Greenwald, champion of Edward Snowden. … Continue reading Practice Management, Clio and Access to Justice

Law for Good: taking stock of A2JTech

Friday saw the final conference in Jimmy Vestbrick’s and LegalGeek’s hard working week. This was its offering on Law for Good. The fast-paced range of speakers – to which those attending all three days were, no doubt, becoming accustomed – provides an opportunity to review where we are now. So, let’s take their content and … Continue reading Law for Good: taking stock of A2JTech

The Law Society: Lawyers, Technology and St Paul

OK. I fess up. Last month, I ghosted a memo which commended the report of the Law Society of England and Wales on Technology, Access to Justice and the Rule of Law. However, I said that ‘the next report should aim for a more clearly defined audience. The key question seems to be this. What … Continue reading The Law Society: Lawyers, Technology and St Paul