How technology can make justice more accessible

By Tasha Levy|07 November 2019

On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Laura Keily, a Melbourne-based barrister and founder of online dispute platform Immediation, which provides access to justice for middle-band clients without endless resources.

They delve into the urgent need for adopting technology within Australia’s legal landscape, how legal professionals can foster a productive attitude towards inevitable change, and the ways technology can be implemented to deliver a better, more just outcome.

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