Posted by: Ray Brescia | July 18, 2016

New Collection of Essays on Access to Justice

I was fortunate to have had the opportunity contribute to a new collection of essays on access to justice compiled by the Impact Center for Public Interest Law and the Racial Justice Project, both at New York Law School.  My article looks at the changes afoot in the legal profession, brought on by technology, automation and other disruptions.  While these changes hold out the promise of improving access to justice, as I have discussed here, my contribution to this collection attempts to expose what some of the potential downsides of these disruptions might be.

You can access my contribution to this collection via SSRN here.

Other contributors to the collection include former Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, the Hon. Jonathan Lippman; Paris Baldacci; Amy Barasch (who also happens to be my spouse — this was truly a family affair!); Susanna Blankley; Catherine Carr; Brett Dignam; Joanne Doroshow; Lisa Grumet; Randal Jeffrey; Fidèle Menavanza; Andrew Scherer; Karen Simmons; Claire Thomas & Lenni Benson; David Udell; and Joan Vermeulen.

You can download the entire publication here.

It was truly an honor to be a part of this effort.

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