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The technology systems used by courts today were built in the late ’90s and early ’00s, but are these systems fit for purpose today? David Jackson, SVP Business Development at CaseLines gives Law.com/legaltechnews six reasons why courts should expand their technology horizons
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.
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.
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
Despite some shining examples of progress, government agencies are lagging behind in take-up of technology which could transform services. Charles Orton-Jones, reports for The Times public sector technology supplement and Raconteur.
Our founder and CTO Paul Sachs discusses with Legal Futures Magazine, how people, process and saying no to PDFs are the building blocks to successfully digitising the courts