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Digitising the world’s courts—Australia

Digitising the world’s courts—Australia
Published on: 25 April 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Digitising the world’s courts—Australia
  • What plans are there for the digitisation of the courts in Australia? What types of cases are covered?
  • What has been the motivation for moving towards a more digitised system?
  • What developments have taken place so far?
  • What has gone well and what challenges have there been? How have these developments been received by practitioners and their clients?
  • What is planned for the future? How do you see this area developing over the coming years?
  • Has any return on investment been seen so far? What costs savings or efficiencies do you envisage will be or have been generated?
  • How has digitisation improved access to justice?
  • What is the perception and feedback from the users?

Article summary

Dispute Resolution analysis: Michael Williams, partner at Gilbert + Tobin in Sydney, explains how Australian courts are reporting significant improvements in cost and efficiency through the increased use of digitisation. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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