Technology — Not Just For The Privileged Anymore

Law360, New York (March 24, 2014, 11:47 AM EDT) -- "State of the art" is a phrase that is heard often in the halls of major law firms around the world. Lawyers in private practice, and their corporate clients, have long had the privilege of access to cutting-edge technology. Unfortunately, the availability of digital technology to underserved populations has lagged far behind the law firm world. This technology gap has mirrored the so-called "justice gap" that plagues so many low-income individuals, depriving them of access to lawyers, government benefits and, often times, the most basic necessities of life.

But there is good news — the digital age has made technology and...

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