Tag 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

More ways in which technology can be used to promote access to justice

Frank Richardson, OpenTrial In a recent post, Roger Smith suggested ten ways in which technology can expand access to justice. But, from the point of view of an ethical enterprise that seeks to advance justice by harnessing modern technology, a further dimension can be added by looking at our experience in poorer countries. OpenTrial seeks … Continue reading More ways in which technology can be used to promote access to justice

Ten Ways in which Technology can expand access  to justice

The potential role of technology in the delivery of access to justice remains contested. All round the world, there are respected and established advice workers and lawyers who assert the primacy – sometimes the exclusivity – of face to face interaction with low income clients. But, let’s sidestep the big abstract battles and take the … Continue reading Ten Ways in which Technology can expand access  to justice

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

Legal Self Help Should Swipe Right on Google: John Mayer extends the discussion

John Mayer originally posted this contribution on January 25, 2018 on the CALI Spotlight blog and it is reproduced with permission. In it, John takes up the argument advanced earlier. He is, reasonably enough concerned with the specific position in the US but the issue of co-operation with commercial interests – and particularly one of the Big Four … Continue reading Legal Self Help Should Swipe Right on Google: John Mayer extends the discussion