Posts Tagged: Legal information systems for self represented litigants

Reiling on IT and the Access to Justice Crisis

Judge Dory Reiling, mag. iur., Ph.D., Vice President of the Amsterdam District Court, has posted IT and the Access to Justice Crisis, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In her post — which is based on a chapter in her recent book entitled Technology for Justice:… Read more »

Reiling on eJustice in 2020

Judge Dory Reiling, Ph.D., Vice President of the Amsterdam District Court, has published a new blogpost entitled Nieuw! Visie op de rechtspraak, at her blog on Mr. Online. The post comments on the report issued last month, entitled Visie op de rechtspraak, which set out a proposed vision of the future for the the administration… Read more »

European e-Justice Portal Now Available

The European e-Justice Portal is now available. The Portal currently provides access to a range of primary, secondary, and tertiary legal information respecting the European Union and its member states. Click here for a video providing an overview of the Portal. Here is a summary of the current content and services of the Portal: Primary… Read more »

Bladow on Opening the Courts: Using Technology to Empower the Unrepresented

A video is available of a presentation by Kate Bladow of Pro Bono Net, entitled Opening the Courts: Using Technology to Empower the Unrepresented, given 25 May 2010 at Gov 2.0 Expo 2010 in Washington, DC, USA. The presentation concerns “courts’ use of technology to help those without lawyers, including Pro Bono Net‘s LawHelp Interactive… Read more »