Tag Archives: Technology and access to justice

Legal technology and communication submissions to Knight News Challenge 2014

Many proposals concerning legal technology or legal communication have been submitted to the 2014 Knight News Challenge: (If you know of others, please feel free to identify them in the comments to this post) Craig Aaron: TechDefender. Your tech. Your … Continue reading

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CodeX FutureLaw 2014: Conference on Legal Technology and Innovation, 2 May 2014

CodeX FutureLaw 2014 — “a conference focusing on how technology is changing the landscape of the legal profession and the law more broadly” — will be held 2 May 2014 at Stanford Law School. Registration is now open — early … Continue reading

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Legal Hacking, Technology, and Innovation Groups

There now appear to be more than twenty legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups meeting regularly and hosting legal hacking, legal startup showcases, or similar events: Atlanta Legal Innovation & Technology Meetup Austin Legal Tech and Legal Innovation Boston Legal … Continue reading

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Macfarlane: Empirical Study of the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants in Canada

Professor Dr. Julie Macfarlane of the University of Windsor has published The National Self-Represented Litigants Project: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Self-Represented Litigants: Final Report (2013). The report states the findings of an empirical study of the needs of … Continue reading

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Georgetown Iron Tech Lawyer Competition 2013: Tweets and Resources

This post contains links to tweets and other resources from the 2013 Georgetown Iron Tech Lawyer Competition: Access to Justice Edition, held 17 April 2013 at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, DC, USA. Click here for the event’s Webpage. … Continue reading

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ReInventLaw Channel: Videos of Talks at ReInventLaw Events

The ReInventLaw Channel is now available, providing access to videos of presentations given at ReInventLaw conferences. The presentations cover topics including innovation in legal technology and legal services delivery. The channel currently includes videos of presentations given at ReInventLaw Silicon … Continue reading

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Archived Tweets from Legal Services Corporation Technology Summit 2013

Twitter tweets from the Legal Services Corporation Technology Summit 2013 are archived here in .csv format. The event was held 14-15 January 2013 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. The focus of the event was technology for access to justice. The Twitter … Continue reading

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Glassmeyer: CALI partners with law schools to build online tools for low-income litigants

Sarah Glassmeyer, JD, MLS, of CALI has posted Law Schools Team Up with CALI to Harness Skills of Law Students, Develop Online Tools for Low-Income Litigants, at the CALI Blog. The post contains a press release, which begins: The Center … Continue reading

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Johnson on the Future of Technology and Access to Justice

Claudia C. Johnson, Esq., of ProBonoNet has posted The Technology Future, on Richard Zorza’s Access to Justice Blog. This lengthy and interesting post covers a very large number of topics regarding how technological innovation is likely to influence legal aid … Continue reading

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Lawler et al.: Opportunities and Limitations in the Provision of Self-Help Legal Resources to Citizens in Need

Merran Lawler, LLB, JD, Professor Dr. Jeff Giddings, and Michael Robertson, all of Griffith University Law School, have published Opportunities and Limitations in the Provision of Self-Help Legal Resources to Citizens in Need, Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. … Continue reading

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