This interesting article discusses how smartphone technology can decrease costs and increase contact between the poor and the court system. From economic hardships to scarce resources, many individuals who are at the lower end of the socio-economic spectrum have had difficulty in obtaining legal assistance.
However, with developments in technology, the poor may no longer need to rely on lawyers for every step of the legal process and, in return, lawyers may be able to help more individuals because of it. Read how smartphones are revolutionizing the way lawyers do business, practice law, and deal with clients, all from the palm of their hand.
Posted by Katie Crandall