As COVID-19 drives courts to close and go remote, the needs of those requiring legal services may hang in the balance. Law schools’ tech development efforts may be offering a vital, and safe, way for court filings to continue as usual. Still, it may be a limited effort.

Recently Suffolk University Law School’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab developed its own website-based forms in response to the closure of Massachusetts state courts.

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