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Access to Justice

What is LegalTech? How can technology shape the legal industry? How can it be used to improve access to justice?

Join us as we discuss the implementation of technology within the legal aid sector with Jo Sidhu (Head of Legal at CrowdJustice) and Martha de la Roche (The Litigant in Person Network Strategy/The Access to Justice Foundation).

Location: River Room | King's College London (Strand Campus)

Doors will open at 18:00 and the event will start at 18:30. The event is a panel discussion and will be followed by a Q&A session.

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CrowdJustice is the award-winning platform for legal action, giving people an opportunity to fund cases, come together around the law and participate in the legal system. The BBC, the Guardian, Slate, Forbes, TechCrunch, Marie Claire and others have covered their progress, calling them a game-changer in providing access to justice. They've been named a Top Digital Innovator by CityAm and the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Award for technology.

The Litigant in Person Network Strategy/ The Access to Justice Foundation:

A national partnership working together to improve the experience of people facing the legal process alone by improving access to information, practical support, advice and representation.


*Please note: This event is open to the public. As usual, seats will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis; however, KIIPS Members are given priority. There is no dress code for this event.

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