The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration (AIJA) Online Conference Series in collaboration with the Law Society of NSW
"In mid-March 2020, Australia and New Zealand began going into lockdown. The courts, however, could not. The change to remote, audio-visual hearings of all cases has been a technological, psychological and personal challenge for everyone involved in legal proceedings. And, it has had to ensure that the new medium for hearings conforms with the principle of open justice.
A court case is often a life-changing event for the individual litigants. Litigants, like all humans including judicial officers, court staff and lawyers, are used to the raw effect of physical presence and interaction. While the stakes are just as high in a virtual hearing, it is not the same experience for anyone. The AIJA in collaboration with the Law Society of NSW will explore in this conference series, how everyone has adapted, how we have been affected both professionally and emotionally, what we can do better and what changes will come out of this in the long term.
The speakers in this series are all at the heart of dealing with this challenge of our age."– The Honourable Justice Steven Rares, President, Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration.
Join us for a series of on-demand sessions as we dive deeper into these issues and ask, what does the future hold for justice in a viral world?
Format Online Webcast
CPD 1.5 CPD Units per session
Cost On-demand Conference Pass
Includes access to all five conference series sessions.
On-demand Individual Session Pass
Session selected within registration.
Program and Speakers
The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration (AIJA) Online Conference Series was presented across five weekly online sessions from 26 August – 30 September 2020. Additional bonus sessions are also available to purchase.
Visit the website for full program and speaker details.