This is an NHS developed complete guide to medical conditions, symptoms and treatments, including what to do and when to get help (NHS). This innovation has transformed the delivery of early support services through the central collation of early support for health problems (The Ministry of Justice 2019, p.21). This is could be applicable to the legal tech sector by providing legal ‘diagnosis’ early on in the […]
Author: Oliver Robinson
Overview Legal technologies have made it much easier to provide ‘ever-larger quantities and varieties of sources, information, and data on law’ [Tibor Tajti, 2019. p.428]. It has been theorised by Schauer and Wise that increasing public access to primary legal information is socially valuable as it can provide a focal point for political debate and […]
Mercy Corps Bolivian Project
Use: Land Access & Ownership in Bolivia.
Use: Completing a divorce petition
Use: worldwide database collection.
Database resources containing links to case law, primary and secondary legislation, law reform reports and European case law.
Rechtwijzer 2.0 and Justice 42
Dutch online dispute resolution platform.
Cost and efficiency
This theme covers the financial cost from the viewpoint of both the user and provider, with improved efficiency through use of technology to reduce costs.
Trust and Transparency
The users of legal technology are more likely to place their trust in a legal service which offers not just accurate information, but also emotional support to the user. The internet has created an abundance of legal information which can be overwhelming for users, this theme advocates a comprehensive resource to address this issue.
It is imperative that the user should be at the centre of the design process of any legal technology service.
This theme discusses technological advances in accessing legal information and advice such as ‘guided pathways’.