This project considers intersectionality in the modern, digital legal environment. The lawtech agenda explores technological possibilities to advance a cost-saving agenda across the legal system. This project considers this use of technology to automate justice in the context of intersectionality and its consequences, identifying, analysing and explaining the resultant liminal spaces inhabited by those seeking justice. The research uses a central linguistic analysis to explore and explain the issues. By identifying and focusing on interdisciplinary thresholds at the frontier of the lawtech agenda, the project offers analysis of the liminal spaces certain groups in society must navigate in the legal system, and what they mean for the concept of justice. This unique analysis draws a variety of linguistic methods to offer explanation of the costs and benefits and the implications for policy, practice of technology-driven legal innovation.