Month: November 2018

Why blog?

I wrote this for the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers November 2018 issue: Blogging is a simple, cheap, efficient, effective way to publish and update time-sensitive information, particularly in constantly-changing fields such as the law. Blogging puts in your hands publishing power even greater than that which was the preserve of only large, established publishers with […]

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Transforming access to justice

In November’s Legal Web Watch I look at three recent developments with access to justice tech: HM Courts and Tribunals Service’s progress made over the last year with the court reform program, reviewed by Roger Smith who on his Law, Technology & Access to Justice blog; Joshua Browder, whose DoNotPay “robot lawyer”, initially developed to […]

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