Access to Justice Ventures
Natalie Anne Knowlton is the Founder of Access to Justice Ventures, empowering entrepreneurs who are developing scalable access to justice solutions. She formerly served as an Advisor on Regulatory Innovation and the Director of Special Projects at IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System at the University of Denver. Knowlton has expertise in legal regulatory innovation, access to justice issues, direct-to-consumer legal technology, self-represented litigation, and public trust and confidence in the justice system.
Knowlton is a 2023 ABA Journal Legal Rebel and is listed among the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center’s 2022 Women of Legal Tech. She sits on the Justice Technology Association (JTA) Board of Advisors, is a judge for the American Legal Technology Awards (Access to Justice category), and Knowlton co-founded the Denver chapter of Legal Hackers. She is also a limited partner in Overlooked Ventures and LongJump Ventures. Knowlton received her JD from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and an MA in International Studies from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from the University of Colorado-Boulder with a BA in International Affairs.
Technology is a critical part of modern law practice, but for solos and smalls, it can be difficult to build technological expertise in house given regulatory rules in most states. Most states forbid lawyers sharing legal fees with technology experts who are not lawyers. This session will detail how lawyers can invest in and develop […]
Generative Artificial Intelligence is advancing at unprecedented speed. Every day a new tool emerges to make legal research, legal writing, and other law practice functions more efficient. But internal efficiencies are only part of the story — generative AI also holds great potential to facilitate and streamline the development of new consumer-facing products and services. […]