I recently had the privilege of covering part of the ABA’s Annual Meeting, which took place in Boston. Here were the stories that came out of it:
‘Hackcess to Justice’ teams will devise new tech to improve access to justice.
Lawyers offer tips on how to adapt to the ongoing disruption in the legal market.
States with stand-your-ground laws have seen an increase in homicides, reports task force.
Winning apps in ‘Hackcess to Justice’ help write wills, navigate disasters and calculate jail time.
Legal hackers use coding to help users navigate law’s intricacies and find solutions.
Ensuring immigrant detainees have lawyers also benefits court system, DOJ official says.