A courthouse in Victoria, Canada will use CaseLines for the first time, thanks to a call by Supreme Court Judges for more trials to be heard electronically. Kate Gower, Canada’s leading E-Trial expert explains why this matters…
The CaseLines platform used in all Crown Courts across England & Wales has reached a new milestone, saving 100 million sheets of paper. That’s more than 500 tonnes of paper saved since 2015, not to mention the printing, consumables and transport which has been removed from the lifecycle.
Registrar of the Court Ms. Nyambura Mbatia discusses the challenges faced by the COMESA Court and how CaseLines is helping them raise awareness and visibility with legal practitioners
Following CaseLines recent deployment in The Court of Justice of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and pilot study in the Kenya Court of Appeal, Paul Sachs, CaseLines founder and CTO spoke to BIZweek magazine in Mauritius about technical advances inside African courts and what changes and improvements it will bring for the judges and lawyers as well as the public.
The Court of Justice of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) signs with CaseLines to implement a paperless digital courtroom.
Providing greater efficiency and security than PDFs and data-rooms, CaseLines is seeing increased interest from local authorities.
Michael Cross from The Law Society Gazette recently attended the International Courts of Excellence conference in Dubai and had opportunity to take a tour of the Dubai International Finance Centre Courts to see how technology, including CaseLines is ensuring they stay ahead of the competition.
While modernising the system is advantageous from a cost, effort and time perspective, using technology always carries new and unique risks. Paul Sachs, CaseLines founder and CTO explains why for IT Pro Portal Magazine