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Funded by The Legal Education Foundation in the UK, this is a blog for those interested in the use of technology to advance access to justice around the world.

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Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes: 8 things we learnt over the last year

The 2017 report on Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes was published today with eight conclusions summarising the current state of play which are set out below. CLEO's Steps to Justice project is mentioned as an example of an improvement in web-provided information. 

Posted:
June 01, 2017

Legal portals for Access to Justice information

In Law, Technology and Access to Justice, Roger Smith looks at some recent developments in Access to Justice portals in the English-speaking world.

Posted:
May 23, 2017

I can see clearly now: Victoria Legal Aid's exemplary app evaluation

Victoria (in Australia) Legal Aid has done us all a favour in publishing a 'warts and all' analysis of a tech project which did not work. So rare is such transparency that it should be prized, says this blogpost.

Posted:
September 01, 2016

How is the use of digital delivery developing in legal services for those on low incomes?

This blog author sets out seven current themes in the use of digital delivery in legal services for those on low incomes.

Posted:
July 27, 2016