An introduction to CaseLines Insights
Court are beginning to adopt hybrid case hearings, using both in person and virtual hearings, to maintain key services. For an effective hybrid approach case bundles need to be digital by default for use in either the courtroom or virtual environment. In a recent hybrid case in the High Court of England and Wales, it was noted that the CaseLines eBundle was “in almost every way more effective than by use of hardcopy bundles in court”. In this insight, we’ll show how CaseLines allows you to securely share case documentation and multimedia with selected personnel quickly and securely. So you can easily manage digital bundles in the courtroom or virtually.
How do you create a system to seamlessly deliver vital judicial services – at speed – while in the grip of an unprecedented global pandemic? That was the challenge posed to us by the Office of the Chief Justice. Now, just weeks later, South Africa’s first virtual courts are enabling the Judiciary to provide this critical service to the people of the republic.
Holding effective virtual hearings is critical to maintaining justice. If you’re new to remote working we’ve put together some top tips for enabling effective virtual hearings using CaseLines.
As courts close across the globe it is clear that the ability to run virtual courts is of paramount importance to maintaining justice systems. Some courts have adopted virtual conferencing tools to keep connected and facilitate critical hearings. Yet, conducting an effective virtual hearing efficiently requires more than just having the parties on a phone or video link. Transferring evidence between agencies and parties remains a stumbling block for many seeking to successfully implement virtual courts.
Learn more about how CaseLines new eBridge function allows you to file a CaseLines eBundle to an existing court case management system without upload size limits or security risks.
Law firms are in the process of adapting to the virtual office. Without a central office hub ‘shaping the new normal’ is a phrase we have come across multiple times over the last few days. Andrea Kilby, director of UK business development explains…
Digital bundles are essential for holding effective virtual hearings. Yet, a bundle is not one size fits all. With the rapid adoption of virtual hearings learn how to use CaseLines sub bundle feature to share the necessary documents with the right people ready for a hearing.
Barristers in both public and private family law are increasingly faced with judges demanding that hearings are paperless. This was further reinforced yesterday when The Honourable Mr Justice Mostyn issued an e-bundles protocol for the Financial Remedies Courts.
In September this year, our head of client services, Sarah Sweeting returned to Kent University Law where thanks to CaseLines partnership with the university students will be well prepared for digital trials.