This Article comprises six papers prepared for the first session of the Summit. Part II of this Article summarizes successful efforts made over the past few years by legal services organizations using the Internet to deliver information and services related to access to justice. Part III discusses barriers to implementing new technologies that enhance access to justice and identifies impediments that new technologies may create for poor or unsophisticated persons. Part IV explains how legal services organizations are taking advantage of mobile technology to enable poor persons to access legal services. Part V describes current e-filing systems and proposes that open technical standards be used to facilitate development of applications for SRLs. Part VI addresses the potential use of technology to match individual litigants’ needs with the services most appropriate for their cases. Part VII discusses financial, managerial, personal, and ethical impediments
to the adoption of automated legal services applications.