Learn more about Justice Tech
Justice Tech is a rapidly evolving, fast-growing sector with established companies and emerging startups using innovative technologies to target inequities in civil or criminal justice.
The resources below are a good starting point for those looking to keep abreast of the latest developments and opportunities and include articles, industry analysis, podcasts, and recommended social media accounts with a consumer focus on measuring and addressing access to justice.
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Framework with practical advice for investors and entrepreneurs seeking to disrupt the justice system via technology and grow the sector.
Legal Services Corporation assessment on current state of of the US access to justice crisis.
Report on uses of legal technology to solve access to justice issues.
How civil courts used technology during the COVID-19 pandemic for civil litigants who have no right to counsel.
Overview of MIT “Justice as a Platform” report.
Article setting forth options to digitize US courts.
Village Capital report defining the emerging Justice Tech vertical, its subsectors, and recommendations to scale.
Results from Pew Charitable Trusts survey highlighting issues leading to interaction with US civil legal system.
Case study on legal technologies for use by non-lawyers, including list of available technologies.
Report reviewing non-lawyer technology and highlighting programs already in use.
OECD report reviewing issues and limitations to access to justice.
HiiL report on unmet justice needs, potential for innovation, investment, and promising innovation projects.
Report analyzing gaps in justice in civil matters with people representing themselves.
Overview of civil legal problems, rights surrounding them, and solutions.
News, jobs, and events related to access to justice and legal tech.
Blog examining technology and its impact on access to justice.
Australian lawyer’s podcast on highlighting the voices of those who are improving access to justice through technology.
Discussions with national leaders about expanding access to justice.
Recommended Twitter Feeds
Organization that designs and delivers interventions to increase access to legal support and progress social justice.
Institute working toward #UserFriendlyJustice through data, innovation and transformation.
Cornell Law School effort to support free access and understanding of the laws the govern them.
Providing access to primary legal materials, developing legal research tools, and supporting academic research on legal bodies.
Social enterprise improving #AccessToJustice through technology. Graphic Design, Software Development, Project Management, Document Automation & Web Development.
Consultancy and R+D shop focusing on legal tech and data science.
NOTE: These resources have been identified by members of the JTA community as being potentially useful or topical; however, the JTA does not maintain these external resources, and our inclusion of a resource does not constitute an endorsement by the JTA.