Cyberjustice Web-Conferences

Participant experience of virtual courts: findings from the UK video hearings project

Speaker Meredith Rossner, Professor of Criminology, Australian National University Description A large number of court participants have engaged with various forms of virtual justice during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is likely to be a permanent shift in how justice operates. In what ways can this format limit or enhance user’s experience of their hearing? This […] Read more

Cyberjustice Web-Conferences

Legal Tech & Access to Justice: Thoughts from the Estate Planning Context

Speaker Emily Taylor Poppe, University of California Description: Civil legal issues are incredibly prevalent in everyday life and can have devastating consequences. Yet few individuals obtain the assistance of a lawyer in addressing these issues. Legal technology is seen by many as holding great promise for enhancing individuals’ ability to address their own legal needs, […] Read more


ACT Workshop | Evaluating Outcomes and Impact of Legal Decision Support Online Tools

Introduction Legal decision support online tools have emerged as popular tools to help citizens learn about their rights. These tools have the potential to make access to the law more effective and to increase access to justice in our societies by providing information that can be used to seek an amicable resolution to a dispute […] Read more

Cyberjustice Web-Conferences

Making ODR More Effective and Accessible Through Usability Testing

This content is not available in the selected language. L’activité se déroulera en anglais seulement. Speakers Christopher L. Griffin, Jr., Director of Empirical & Policy Research and Research Professor, University of Arizona College of Law Mackenzie S. Pish, Manager, Innovation for Justice Program, University of Arizona College of Law Description The Innovation for Justice (i4J) […] Read more

Events Videos

Webinar | Presentation of the book

This content is not available in the selected language. À propos de cet événement Discussion autour de l’ouvrage de Yannick Meneceur « L’intelligence artificielle en procès » modérée par Harold Epineuse, avec Thomas Cassuto, Ysens de France, Karine Gentelet, Emmanuel R. Goffi, Jean Lassègue Fabien Tarissan Programme (provisoire) Webinaire organisé avec le soutien de l’Institut Presaje, de […] Read more