A2J Innovation

J.B. Ruhl
access to justice innovation

access to justice innovation

From issue navigation apps to full online legal documentation and lawyer referral services, there are growing examples of successful access to justice (A2J) innovation initiatives aimed at serving the “stem” of the legal services martini glass—the individuals and small businesses who do not qualify for legal aid, but cannot afford traditional legal service delivery models. For the individual figuring out how to respond to a driver’s license revocation for unpaid traffic tickets, the small business seeking an affordable lawyer to handle a consumer dispute, and others like them, more options are becoming available. In the landscape of A2J innovations that have made a difference, here are five key ingredients of success:

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