“We are very pleased to have commissioned this Report from Roger Smith. We hope that the Report will stimulate others to let us know of advances that they are making or are aware of others making in this important area of using information technology to provide low cost legal service to people. These developments are not a magic bullet but taken together they can make a difference to the lives of a lot of people. We intend to update the Report on an annual basis as a record of developments in the provision of IT based legal service.”
Chairman of Governors
Opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and should not be taken to be those of The Legal Education Foundation.
The annual reports are updated periodically through the year to reflect the latest developments and maintain currency:
Periodic updates to the original report are listed here:
Winter 2018/19 – UpdateSpring 2018 – Annual ReportWinter 2017/18 – UpdateSpring 2017 – Annual ReportWinter 2016/17 – UpdateSummer 2016 – UpdateSpring 2016 – Annual ReportWinter 2015 – UpdateSummer 2015 – UpdateSpring 2015 – Update
The original report was presented as a summary report and a series of working papers.
Summary and RecommendationsThe ContextEvolving Delivery Models – The Example of Family LawPortalsLitigants in Person, Public Legal Education & SkillsComparing Websites – Material CriteriaFrom Online Information to ResolutionLeadership, Culture & Creativity
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