Tag Archives: Legal services

Back to the Engine Room: Seven Lessons on Implementation

The recently published Engine Room report has some helpful content on implementation of tech projects in an access to justice context. If you are involved in this field, you need it to read it yourself. This is a summary of seven lessons inspired by its content. The Engine Room analysis is mainly in quotes. Much … Continue reading Back to the Engine Room: Seven Lessons on Implementation

Technology in the Big Easy

Jim Sandman, the President of the US Legal Services Corporation, told the opening session of its  annual conference on technical issues that it was his best conference of  the year. You could see that, as the head of an organisation once more facing a hostile presidency, this could well be true.  In New Orleans for … Continue reading Technology in the Big Easy

Lessons from Shoreditch: LegalGeek, the tin man and access to justice

Over the last couple of days, LegalGeek has held two conferences in London. Both were sell outs – 2000 at the general and 200 at the specialist gatherings. The main one was the third in an annual series with last year’s reported here. The subsidiary day was a new venture – orientated toward design. Both … Continue reading Lessons from Shoreditch: LegalGeek, the tin man and access to justice

Activists Speaking 5: Julie’s Story -Julie Bishop, Law Centres Network

I have been director of the Law Centres Network for over 10 years. I thought I would stay for three; but have never left. Previously, I was director of Australia’s National Association of Community Legal Centres. Oddly enough, I got into that role through IT. I was employed by the association to bring in a … Continue reading Activists Speaking 5: Julie’s Story -Julie Bishop, Law Centres Network

Legal Choices and Future Options

Legal Choices: ‘Putting you in the driving seat with your lawyer’ Legal Choices is a website jointly run by the statutory regulators of legal services in England and Wales. There are currently no fewer than eight of these, ranging from the more traditional – the Solicitors Regulation Authority and Bar Standards Board – to the … Continue reading Legal Choices and Future Options