When it comes to access to justice, the road for legal practitioners and advocates has been a rocky one in recent years. With funding cuts, constraints on the legal aid system, and time pressures, closing the gaps in legal service provision can be challenging.
At the same time, new and more bespoke technology is emerging all the time that promises to make the life of the legal practitioner easier.
That begs the questions:
Can technology be used to bridge the access to justice gap?
What can lawyers and advocates do to ensure technology helps them to reach those who might help?
Does technology work for all legal service users?
In a roundtable discussion, hosted by Legal Futures and Clio, key figures in the industry provided their feedback, opinions, and ideas for how tech can improve access to justice.
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