CaseLines News Opinion
Courts across the world are facing huge levels of disruption and backlogs as a result of COVID-19. Such delays have a serious impact for all parties involved, making it imperative for courts to consider a different approach and fast.
Reaction to artificial intelligence in law have often been negative, however the technology can bring real benefits to lawyers and courts and help widen access to justice. CaseLines product manager Jamie Foote discusses how in Lawyer Monthly.
CaseLines, was introduced at the Federal Court of Canada this week (31 Aug 2020), used by the parties and the Court in a motion to strike before Prothonotary Aalto. Kate Gower from Gower Modern Law explains why this matters
Eve Conley was recently published in Law.com. Eve argues that there are significant environmental, social and governance benefits from the smarter management of evidence that are all too often overlooked. Firms that do not seek to adopt sustainable, client-centric practices or the right tools for their staff will fail to stay competitive.
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