Tag Archives: Judicial information systems

Hagan: Applications invited for: Access to Justice Design Sprint

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Access to Justice Design Sprint, at the Program for Legal Tech + Design. Here are excerpts from the post: Are you a User Experience or Interface designer with an interest in public service? … Continue reading

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AALL Hackathon 2014: Some results

Results of at least two projects from the American Association of Law Libraries’ Hackathon 2014 have been posted: PROXYsearch, developed by Eve Ross and colleagues: Description: a single search template for the South Carolina Judicial Department’s website Code: https://github.com/PROXYsearch/PROXYsearch Wiki: … Continue reading

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Reiling: The eKantonrechter: Direct digital court access for citizens

Senior Judge Dory Reiling, Ph.D., of the Amsterdam District Court has posted The eKantonrechter: Direct digital court access for citizens, at Technology for Justice. Here are excerpts from the post: The Netherlands judiciary recently completed a digital procedure for everyday … Continue reading

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Antonov on e-justice in arbitration

Jaroslav Valerievich Antonov of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration has published Legal Mechanisms of E-Justice for Ensuring Independence and Impartiality of Arbitrators in Light of International Practice, CYArb – Czech (& Central European) Yearbook of … Continue reading

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