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AI revolution could hit access to justice for people on low incomes

Artificial intelligence could have a knock-on impact on legal services for poorer people, such as weakening pro bono assistance by cutting the number of commercial lawyers, according to a report by leading researcher into online law, Professor Roger Smith.

February 2nd, 2017 | No Comments »

Advice sector to use e-mail to engage “army of City lawyer volunteers”

E-mail could be employed to harness “a whole volunteer army” of City law firm volunteers to the aid of Hackney Law Centre and other advice centres beyond the capital, according to a report on digital solutions that also suggested a series of apps that could help clients navigate the advice system.

June 17th, 2016 | 1 Comment »