Continuing to break new ground in digital evidence management, CaseLines today announced the first fruits of its new artificial intelligence research programme.
Weeks after announcing over 50 million pages, CaseLines now has over 200,000 cases stored online.
CaseLines are joining forces with Lawyers in Local Government to recognise the outstanding work undertaken by lawyers and business managers within local government at the Lawyers in Local Government Awards.
Digital bundling and court presentation provider CaseLines is making courts worldwide paperless.
Next week the CaseLines team will be kicking off their journey at the US CTC2017 Court Technology Conference to propel their new services into North America.
I attended a demonstration by a small English company called Caselines of the software they have now designed and installed in every Crown Court in England and Wales. The huge merit of the Caselines solution (which is not yet suitable for the very heavy trials that provide a tiny fraction of the total caseload of the […]
Crown court judges have forsaken paper for laptops. That’s worth celebrating, but doesn’t mean IT is all downhill from here. You may have missed this news – or flatly refused to believe it – but between April 2015 and April 2016 the Crown courts in England and Wales achieved a technological breakthrough. In what may be […]
The judge leading efforts to drag the courts system into the 21st century has reassured sceptical lawyers they will be won over by technological advances. Lord Justice Fulford, the senior presiding judge, said new methods already used in the criminal courts will soon be replicated in civil, family and tribunal buildings. He stressed that the reaction to […]