Presentations on digitalizing justice at Ius Commune Conference
On invitation Jos Hoevenaars attended the 7th annual Civil Justice Council National Forum on access to justice for those without means taking place in London on 7 December 2018. The full day forum brought together members from across the British advice and pro bono sector, courts and tribunals, government, the legal profession, universities (UK and abroad), charities, foundations and institutions to discuss the current state of the legal aid sector in the jurisdictions of the United Kingdom. The day saw some 20 different speakers as well as several in-depth breakout session in which divergent subjects such as funding, technology, the need for data collection and analysis, and the intersection between legal needs and mental health were discussed among the over 200 participants in more detail.
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.