Editor’s Note ‘Tis the season for the newsletter to take a break. I’m grateful for everyone who has been reading and sending in postings to share this …
Editor’s Note Earlier this year, the World Bank asked me to survey access to justice technologies used around the globe and develop a framework to unde…
News A global report on the use of digital technologies in judicial reform and access to justice cooperation. (HiiL) (h/t Paul Prettitore) The Equal Em…
News Thousands of geofence warrants appear to be missing from a California DOJ transparency database. (Markup) A Texas district court is thrown into tu…
Editor’s Note Last week, I wrote about how the US can compete against China on digital justice technology for the Brookings Institution. My argument is…
Editor’s Note Dear Reader, It’s hard to believe that I started the Justice Tech Download three years ago to share readings from a course I was teaching…
News The Florida Supreme Court ruled against legal tech company TIKD for unlicensed practice of law. Doing so, according to the dissent, looks a lot li…
News PACER and CM/ECF are a threat to national security and must be overhauled. (Free Law Project) The US government secretly orders Google to identify…
News After helping fund its creation, the DOJ told the Pasco County Sheriff to put a pause on its problematic predictive policing program. (Tampa Bay T…
Editor’s Note Welcome back to the Justice Tech Download. Having been away for a minute, this issue focuses on the pieces I read over the break that I d…
Editor’s Note Dear Reader, The JTDL is going on a short hiatus until September so I can take a much needed break. In the meantime, if you need a conten…
News A DA’s office in California offers plea deals and dismissals for misdemeanor offenses—but only if people give up their DNA. (Intercept) A new case…