Access to Justice Ventures
Natalie Anne Knowlton is the Founder of Access to Justice Ventures, which empowers entrepreneurs developing scalable solutions for legal consumers. She formerly served as a Consultant on Regulatory Innovation at IAALS, the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, at the University of Denver. Before that, she was the Director of Special Projects, leading IAALS’ work in family justice and regulatory reform.
Natalie is committed to bringing empathy to the legal consumers’ experience and in pursuit of that goal employs legal and empirical research and analysis, facilitates collaboration among stakeholders, and engages in national outreach and advocacy. She has expertise in access to justice issues, legal regulatory innovation, B2C legal technology, self-represented litigation, and public trust and confidence in the courts. Natalie serves on the Justice Technology Association (JTA) Board of Advisors, was a judge for the American Legal Technology Awards (Access to Justice category), and is listed among the American Bar Association Legal Technology Resource Center’s 2022 Women of Legal Tech.
The gap between people who could benefit from legal services and those who receive them continues to widen. Many legal resources low and middle-income people need could be automated and delivered through technology. Accessibility is key. Come and learn from the experts about how this is being done, including by establishing partnerships among law schools, […]
How blurry is the line between the use of technology and the unauthorized practice of law? Is Chat GPT subject to UPL regulation? What’s going on in jurisdictions that have loosened the Rules of Professional Conduct with respect to innovations and tech adoption? Come learn about data coming from regulatory reforms in some North American […]