Balancing Open Court and Personal Privacy
To achieve balance in the print era, courts relied on “practical obscurity”. The current era of data mining, legal analytics and artificial intelligence holds both promise and peril, and the importance of protecting both open courts and personal privacy is greater than ever. Read on to learn how LIDI is tackling this challenge.
Advancing Access to Justice
Advancing Legal Tech
There is a direct correlation between the accessibility of legal data in a country and the scale, scope and potential contributions of legal data innovation in that country. If the barriers to access are too high, the effort deemed too great, and the payoff deemed too little, then the opportunity for advancement is lost. LIDI lowers the barriers and changes the equation.
How courts and tribunals can help
The LIDI Data Trust is starting with an extensive, up-to-date and editorially enriched (headnotes, topic digests and key numbers) collection supplied by Compass. LIDI will work with courts and tribunals to expand the LIDI Data Trust and return all enrichments to the courts and tribunals to accelerate their own innovation efforts.