Since courtrooms closed around the world in mid-March, the legal profession has been forced to test alternative ways of delivering court service.
The uptake of various technologies, especially video technology, has been accelerated. Minds have been opened and changed. Assumptions have been swept aside. Sceptics and critics remain, but there is certainly greater acceptance now than in the past - amongst lawyers, judges, officials and court users - that judicial and court work might be undertaken differently.
On Wednesday 19 August 2020, Professor Richard Susskind OBE introduced the various types of 'remote courts' that are emerging, discussed their advantages and limitations, and considered the extent to which justice will be enhanced or diminished by these developments and what the future might hold for judges and litigators.
This webcast will be available on-demand until Tuesday 1 September 2020.
Professor Richard Susskind OBE
Author, Speaker, Independent Adviser, President, Society for Computers and Law
The Law Society of NSW
On-demand webcast details
Format Online webcast
CPD 1 CPD Unit
Cost Member - Complimentary
Non-member - $149