We are the World’s First Access-To-Justice Ecosystem , connecting and empowering law students and legal professionals with Legal Education and Technology to form a legal aid task force and address legal needs through low-cost legal services.
What is Mouthpiece Law?
A Centralized One-Stop Platform For Legal Matters
Mouthpiece Law utilizes design thinking methodologies when developing our Legal Education Technology ecosystem to create user-centric tools and materials that cater to the needs of users, focusing on accessibility and usability.
By providing a collaborative work environment and the tools needed, Mouthpiece Law helps legal professionals and law students to easily reimagine and redesign the legal system and how legal services are provided.
Mouthpiece Law promotes an inclusive environment, where clients and users are engaged and presented with legal information in a user-friendly manner, resulting in fewer future disputes, shorter negotiation times, lower legal costs, and better-tailored solutions.
Following Agile and Legal Design thinking methodologies, we improve all Mouthpiece Law affiliated platforms iteratively and continually. Our team constantly develops new and improved tools and resources for our users to deliver better legal services with minimized unnecessary costs.
Did You Know?
Access to Justice
Over 5 billion people (two-thirds of the world's population) are lacking meaningful access to justice. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations Member States in 2015, makes an urgent call for action and asks both developing and developed nations to provide access to justice for all.
Vulnerable and traditionally marginalized populations face additional barriers to accessing justice, particularly due to factors such as gender and gender identity, race, culture, age, language, literacy, disability, income and geographical location.
Clients for Lawyers
In some regions, the supply of lawyers exceeds the demand for lawyers by a significant amount. As a result, some lawyers have trouble finding work and/or clients after obtaining their degrees. Moreover, many clients are reluctant to spend a large amount of money on legal services, and choose to avoid legal advice or representation.
Adoption of Technology
Technology plays an important role in tackling the problems of unmet legal need through the use of automation to increase affordability, allowing legal professionals to spend time on the tasks where they can add most value, and by enabling individuals and small businesses to take more control of resolving their legal problems and the services they consume in doing so.