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Discerning Patterns and Moving Beyond the Random: Unbundling 2.0

Much innovative use of technology in the service of access to justice has proved pretty random. There are a number of reasons from this – many of them related to low levels of funding and relatively small institutional players. No doubt, much development will continue in this way, probably more so as the access to … Continue reading Discerning Patterns and Moving Beyond the Random: Unbundling 2.0

June 2020: stories you might have missed

1 June Algorithmic Injustice: a flawed automated system led Michigan to charge 40,000 people with unemployment fraud. 93 per cent of the cases were wrong.  1 June App: Chicago Tribune covers the Rentervention app, promoted as ‘a Chicago Tenant’s best friend’. 2 June Covid 19: US Legal Services Corporation promotes youtube briefing on the Covid … Continue reading June 2020: stories you might have missed