Technology & Access to Justice

BERKMAN CENTER FOR INTERNET & SOCIETY  |  Technology and Access to Justice  |  May 19, 2011  |  “For the last year and a half, Cyberlaw Clinic Director Phil Malone and Clinic students have been evaluating how technology can assist citizens, especially low-income, pro se, and other litigants, in navigating the legal system while easing the burden on under-resourced courts. This project has a particular urgency: in the current economy, more people are seeking legal redress through the courts while fewer than ever are represented by lawyers; at the same time, court budgets have been slashed and there are fewer personnel to help the public….”  [more]

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