This section of the site aims to provide a set of useful resources for organisations/individuals looking to provide legal information and/or services through a digital medium.
This information will be assembled and published by The Legal Education Foundation, making use of our broadening knowledge and widening network of contacts. It is envisaged that this will build, over time, into a library of priceless information.
Evaluation of a series of e-learning modules for communities on common social welfare law. The modules use e-learning tools that are intended to be easy and intuitive to use with video and images, on-screen coaches/narrators, simulations and case-studies. How did the trial users find them?
This report explores the experiences of charities that have developed digital products and services and offers top tips for charities going down this route.
A pool of guidance and advice about how to design and build digital services from teams across government.
A set of guidelines and resources produced by a US grant provider for their Technology Initiative Grants. These are clearly aimed at potential US grantees, but much of the information could prove equally useful in the UK.
In this article for newlawjournal.co.uk, Roger Smith looks at the latest technology from IBM and asks: “Could technology provide legal empowerment as the government withdraws funding?”
The article is reproduced here by kind permission of newlawjournal.co.uk.
Roger Smith has written a report on his attendance at the 15th Annual Technology Initiative Grants Conference of the Legal Services Corporation in the USA.
This was held recently in San Antonio, Texas and Roger’s report highlights some of the latest worldwide developments and discussion around the use of technology in the provision of legal services.
To view the report, click here.
A thought-provoking report from David Gilmore and Matthew Howgate.