Presentations on digitalizing justice at Ius Commune Conference
Following the election as a member to the Royal Netherlands Society of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) earlier this year, Xandra Kramer was installed at a ceremony on 17 September 2019, along with 21 other Dutch and foreign scholars. After giving a short speech, focusing on the importance of access to civil justice and research speerheads, the sound of the chime confirmed the installation.
Xandra was elected for her work in the area of European civil justice and private international law. The Royal Academy is the forum, conscience, and voice of the arts and sciences in the Netherlands, the Academy promotes the quality of scientific and scholarly work and strives to ensure that Dutch scholars and scientists make the best possible contribution to the cultural, social, and economic development of Dutch society. The Royal Academy currently has around 500 Dutch members and a selection of foreign members, elected for life, representing all arts and sciences.
Published: December 12, 2017
On 24 November 2017, Xandra Kramer, Emma van Gelder and Erlis Themeli presented their work on the digitalization of justice at the Ius Commune Conference (workshop on civil procedure). The presentation prepared by Erlis focused on general aspects of the digitalization of justice. Xandra discussed the digitalization resulting from the Dutch Quality and Innovation of Justice program. Emma concluded with a presentation on Online Dispute Resolution, discussing private initiatives on digitalization in out-of-court dispute resolution and developments at the EU level concerning ADR/ODR. Subsequently, Xandra and Emma participated in a panel discussion, receiving interesting questions from the audience and resulting in vivid discussions generating fruitful insights.