Technology

Bach Commission recommends minimum standards for access to justice

Technology, public legal education, and ‘polluter pays’ scheme key components of ne

25 Nov 2016

Online courts pilots ‘critical’ to avoid digital exclusion

‘More work required in respect of BME and disabled cour

16 Nov 2016

Cyber crime: Preparing for attack

Are the SRA’s principles and security practices both sides of the same argument, asks Pete

14 Nov 2016

Embracing the rise of freelance lawyers

It’s no longer about whether firms will embrace change, but rather when and how, writes Shau

07 Nov 2016

Learning to love the machine

Computers can help reduce the cost of processes and unlock matters that would otherwise not have proceeded, says Daniel Sutherlan

25 Oct 2016

Justice system reforms failing to take account of digital best practice

The government has cut legal aid, increased court fees, but not considered the consequences for access t

18 Oct 2016

New courts service chief pledges to bring justice into digital age

Susan Acland-Hood helped cut an ‘overspending, unsustainable victim compensation fund’ without publi

04 Oct 2016

E-conveyancing: The time is now?

Mark Johnson explores whether, post Brexit, it is now more important than ever to press ahead with electronic conveyancing to accelerate transactions and improve the liquidity of the propert

22 Sep 2016