We’re scaling our reach and impact through smart digital projects, so we can close the justice gap and progress social justice.
Technology offers huge potential to support new ways of working, reach more people and deliver better client services.
In the face of extreme levels of unmet legal need, we need to experiment with new ways of getting legal help to people who need it. Our digital projects range from creating systems that help our lawyers work faster and smarter, to building ways of delivering online legal help directly to those in need. By investing in technology, we’re investing in better services.
Digital self-help tools
Our digital self-help tools are key to our strategy to increase our impact. There are more people who need help than there are lawyers available. So we’re focused on translating our legal expertise into interactive products that empower people to meaningfully help themselves.
With seed funding from Google, we co-designed an end-to-end solution that streamlines the process of finding legal help. Our connected digital platforms triage unmet legal need and then match people with the right services or lawyers in our pro bono network.
Justice Connect has shown leadership in digital innovation; simultaneously transforming the organisation itself and having significant impact on the legal service sector and ecosystem. Since establishing our innovation team in 2016, we’ve successfully developed a range of impactful digital responses to rising legal need. Our digital projects help lawyers work faster and smarter and scale up ways of delivering legal help directly to those in need.