Tag Archives: internet legal advice

Coronavirus, Remote Legal Services and some nice work by Probono.net

The world of legal advice and assistance is changing rapidly under the constrictions of Coronavirus. There is little hope that this will change any time soon. Agencies which have relied historically on face to face, community-based provision will have to adapt to delivering more services remotely in ways which protect their staff, users and volunteers … Continue reading Coronavirus, Remote Legal Services and some nice work by Probono.net

A taxonomy for technology: ‘today we have naming of parts’ – an excellent Engine Room Report

The Open Society Justice Initiative and The Engine Room have done a brilliant job by respectively commissioning and writing Technology for Legal Empowerment: a global review. The authors have sought to list and categorise as much provision around the world as they could (the subject of this post). They also have useful observations on how … Continue reading A taxonomy for technology: ‘today we have naming of parts’ – an excellent Engine Room Report

Legal Information and Digital Delivery: a venerable Australian institution poses the questions

 The Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales has been one of the leading institutions in the global access to justice field for over 50 years. Perceptive foreign observers were heaping praise on it in the 1990s (see Legal Action Group, A Strategy for Justice, 1992 and Roger Smith, Shaping the Future: new directions in … Continue reading Legal Information and Digital Delivery: a venerable Australian institution poses the questions

Poor People and Legal Tech: a short overview of where we are now

There can be no doubt of legal tech’s impaction the legal commercial market. Over 4,000 attended the latest ILTACON US conference and more than 2,000 the London LegalGeek equivalent. One estimate of the current US spend on legal tech is $1.5bn on software alone: another states ‘Some estimates value the market size at as much as $400 billion’. … Continue reading Poor People and Legal Tech: a short overview of where we are now

Dear Landlord: please heed these words that I speak

Dear Landlord is the title of an enigmatic Dylan song over which controversy still rages as to whether it is primarily addressed to his agent or his God, with both of whom he had fallen out at the time of writing. Dear Landlord is also the title of an interesting project just launched to assist … Continue reading Dear Landlord: please heed these words that I speak