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Amanda Perry-Kessaris 9h
Major challenges for designers of legal tech aimed at most marginalised: we know so little about legal lives of those people. Hence fate of these beautiful apps: one mostly used by lawyers, the other by few people at all. event
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Caroline Nevin 10h
The idea of a safe-zone regulatory β€˜sandbox’ that allows legal service experimentation is a powerful one. Removes the primary barrier to testing out new approaches to improving .
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Yo πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί 10h
We want to bring the justice system to the people
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Neil Wilson Jun 16
Quotes from here are bang on: spend money on court modernization now or lose lots more in the long run
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Emily Murray 11h
Reason #300 why we need to modernize Ontario Courts.
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Yo πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί 10h
However we use technology... we still need to add legal heft
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Matthias Kilian 9h
At the bi-annual International Legal Aid Conference, this year in Ottawa, Canada. Looking forward to many interesting talks and meeting old friends.
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Chirine Haddad Jun 12
A huge blow to , to the vulnerables in Ontario, and it will actually cost taxpayers more money with overcrowded jails.
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Nabil E Zumout 4h
Kevin Almeroth: Removing Roadblocks for Legal Clients of Modest Means - . Great interview on covering . Folks at mid-sized firms (and all firms) can use to reduce litigation costs for clients of modest means.
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π™Ύπš–πšŠπš› π™·πšŠ-𝚁𝚎𝚍𝚎𝚒𝚎 | ε₯₯马尔 | ΨΉΩ…Ψ± | ΧΧ•ΦΉΧžΦΈΧ¨β€Ž Jun 10
Hey : we . Do you want cheep beer, or do you want ? If you or your loved one ends up in court, I think I know your answer. Because wrongful convictions do happen.
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Morgan Sim 24m
I’m so lucky to have as a friend. We are all so lucky to have her out there fighting for our most vulnerable and for the integrity of our justice system.
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Yo πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί 10h
We want a fence at the top of the cliff not a faster ambulance at the bottom
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Jessyca Greenwood Jun 10
At 361 University today, hearing self-represented accused persons say that they cannot get Legal Aid. Ontarian’s know where to get beer, here we need Justice.
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Paul Yates 14h
Transforming the system for people - rather than digitising existing systems - is β€œhard, humbling, exasperating, frustrating”. But that’s how is increased.
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Courtbuddy.com Jun 14
Get rid of your legal headache. We are committed to increasing by matching you with local attorneys based on YOUR budget.
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Justice Connect 17h
.: technology initiatives need to be carefully crafted to particular segments - need to understand capability. We agree, which is why we always use co-design in our tech projects - to understand where consumer-facing digital will and will not assist.
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PBSC National 13h
πŸ“£ We are looking for a new Program Officer! πŸ“£ The deadline to apply for the position is June 24, 2019 at 3:59:00 AM and you can read more about the position here: Please share this job posting widely within your communities!
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Genevieve Grant 15h
Interesting... I haven't ever used a 'perfect justice' test to assess value of innovation, but I won't shy away from the need to evaluate and test interventions. Frankly can't see how this idea of a comparative justice vision would work without research attention.
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Gibran Freitas 10h
Dan KATZ talking about the importance of in and . So interesting and forward thinking - reminds me of opening its source code
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Yo πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί 10h
Our number one challenge is understanding the large proportion of legal problems we don't even know about
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