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Spending on Online Court “should be halted”, says leading academic

No further public money should be spent on the Online Court until the performance of the newly-expanded online tribunal in British Columbia – which went live for small claims last month – has been assessed, according to veteran justice campaigner Professor Roger Smith.

July 7th, 2017 | No Comments »

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 »