Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes – Quarterly Update Winter 2016/ 17
This report provides an update about developments in digital delivery of legal services in British Columbia, England, Wales, the US and the Netherlands. It discusses some of the issues digital delivery of public legal education and information (PLE) raises for governments, funders, providers and users. It builds upon findings in an earlier report co-written by the same author.
He addresses the following topics in this report:
- the future potential for artificial intelligence (AI) in enhancing the delivery of legal information
- crowdfunding, justice, and technology
- the use of social media in delivering legal information
- online dispute resolution initiatives
- the use of A2J Author software in Illinois and a community legal clinic initiative in Ontario to prepare interviews to help people fill in legal forms
- the uses of technology in legal education and training
The author also highlights best practices in thinking about digital delivery of PLE. This might, for low-income users, require strategies such as integrating online delivery of legal information into face-to-face provision.
- related working papers containing information about the fieldwork for this research project
|Title of Work:||Digital Delivery of Legal Services to People on Low Incomes – Quarterly Update Winter 2016/ 17|
|Organization:||Legal Education Foundation|
|Topic:||PLE development and delivery & Technology and access to justice|
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