Tag Archives: Self represented litigants

Covid 19, technology and the access to justice sector: the first phase – remote working

Talk to anyone around the world in every field of legal services. They will agree that Covid-19 has transformed the way in which they work and that technology has been crucial – just as it has in every other sector of the economy. Staff are working differently; services are being reconfigured; organisations are adapting with … Continue reading Covid 19, technology and the access to justice sector: the first phase – remote working

Remote Courts: a must-read

If you are interested in remote courts then you should read, in full, the report of the Civil Justice Council released last week. This was funded by the Legal Education Foundation (LEF) and written by Dr Natalie Byrom, its Director of Research and Learning. Even were this website not funded by the LEF, I would … Continue reading Remote Courts: a must-read

Access to Justice, Human Rights and Technology: from Russia with Love

A conference in St Petersburg entitled ‘New Technology and the Law – a Human Rights perspective’ earlier this week provided an opportunity for a summary of the current state of the use of technology in relation to access to justice.  The conference was organised by the UK-based lawyers organisation Citizens Watch International. Most of the discussion … Continue reading Access to Justice, Human Rights and Technology: from Russia with Love

LSC Technical Issues Conference – home thoughts from abroad

The point of a conference report can sometimes seem unclear. If you were there, you don’t need it. And, if you weren’t, the proceedings – however riveting for those present- can seem more than a little distant. This is mainly for those not in New Orleans for the second day of the Legal Services Corporation … Continue reading LSC Technical Issues Conference – home thoughts from abroad

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