Two recent developments in London are significant both domestically and internationally. The first was the formal launch of the ‘Legal Access Challenge” by NESTA, once the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts. This is part of the £700,000 ($882,000) project overseen by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The other is the creation of an … Continue reading Challenging Times
There is a lot of activity happening under the umbrella of artificial intelligence. In this country and in the field of access to justice, much of it is, however prospective – promised rather than realised. In the US, matters are further ahead and there are interesting developments like the Learned Hands gamification of problem classification … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice in the US and England and Wales.