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 challenge parking tickets, has been considerably extended with the recent release of the DoNotPay app in the iTunes appstore; and
- the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s Data-Driven Innovation in Legal Services project, which was one of the 15 winning bidders for the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s £10 million Regulators’ Pioneer Fund.
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