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Comment: The eureka moment – revolutionising legal marketing with high-tech methods
Author Tate Chennis Colbran/Legal IT Insider: Today, law firm leaders are well aware of the need to market their firm digitally, and some are ahead of the curve by using innovative methods like video and even ‘voice’ marketing. Deciding which
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From Stormy Daniels to Stephen Hawking: crowdfunding takes off
Author Roger Smith/funding – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Stormy Daniels does it. She uses digitally based crowdfunding for her trailblazing litigation ‘to speak honestly and openly to the American people about my relationship with now President Donald Trump
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Legal Self Help Should Swipe Right on Google: John Mayer extends the discussion
Author Roger Smith/funding – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: John Mayer originally posted this contribution on January 25, 2018 on the CALI Spotlight blog and it is reproduced with permission. In it, John takes up the argument advanced earlier. He is, reasonably
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Cate Blanchett voices ground-breaking advice avatar
Author Roger Smith/funding – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Few legal aid agencies could think of hiring an Oscar-winning actress to provide the voice of an  avatar to answer online questions from the public. Still fewer could link the
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Crowdfunding, justice and technology
Author Roger Smith/funding – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Crowdfunding of legal cases provides a good example of a development which, at least in England and Wales, is coming of age and which is practically – but not inherently
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Ontario’s new technology challenge
Author Roger Smith/funding – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: One of the recommendations of the Legal Education Foundation’s 2014 report on digital delivery for those on low incomes was that: ‘the Lord Chancellor and the Ministry of Justice should
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Artificial Intelligence in Contract Management – Fact, Not Fiction
Author /Corporate Counsel: Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019Time: 2:00 p.m. EST | 11 a.m. PSTCost: ComplimentarySponsored by:    Incorporating        
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Comment on Online courts in England and Wales: six proposals to see off a gathering storm by Weekly Notes: legal
Author Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR – 12 March 2018 – ICLR/Comments for Law, Technology and Access to Justice: as the Law, Technology and Access to Justice blog observed earlier this month, there are signs that Labour shadow ministers
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Comment on Lessons from Shoreditch: LegalGeek, the tin man and access to justice by Sunday LegalTech Roundup – 28th October
Author Sunday LegalTech Roundup – 28th October 2018 – Technomancers – LegalTech Blog/Comments for Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Lessons from Shoreditch: LegalGeek, the tin man and access to justice
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Comment on How Technology Can Help Legal Aid Services Run More Efficiently: a technologist’s view by Tips for Choosing the
Author Tips for Choosing the Best Case Management Software | Fingent Blog/Comments for Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Related ReadingLaw, Technology and Access to Justice. Read how technological innovation in legal services can help legal aid organizations streamline its
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Comment on How Technology Can Help Legal Aid Services Run More Efficiently: a technologist’s view by Insights on Trending Buzzwords
Author Insights on Trending Buzzwords in Enterprise Software and More on Tech | Fingent Blog/Comments for Law, Technology and Access to Justice: How Technology Can Help Legal Aid Services Run More Efficiently: a technologist’s view | Law-Tech Using technology to
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Comment on British Columbia on the frontier:  the Civil Resolution Tribunal’s Solution Explorer takes a step forward by In with
Author In with the old, but with a new sense of purpose – innovation with users | Lawyer Watch/Comments for Law, Technology and Access to Justice: 1980s are making a bit of a comeback. The kind of managed pathway which
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