Court Presentation – Revolutionised

High tech tools put you at the centre of the argument

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Court Presentation

CaseLines comes complete with a full suite of state-of-the-art tools. Judges particularly appreciate this added functionality, which is designed to help barristers present evidence more fluently to the court and to witnesses.

Page Direction

Page Direction

This simple but incredibly useful and time saving feature uses our clever search feature to allow you to alert all parties to the correct bundle page with just one click.

Presenter mode

Presenter mode

Put yourself in complete control with everyone working from the same, single version of evidence. Presenter mode automatically ensures that everyone is literally on the same page – perfect for addressing the court and avoiding witness confusion by guiding them to key points in their evidence.

Play multimedia

Play multimedia

CaseLines stores all types of evidence securely inside the bundle, so you can view multimedia entirely within the same system. There’s no need to request separate media players and risk delays, or even unnecessary adjournments, if one cannot be located.

Tablets

Tablets

CaseLines offers you the convenience of using a tablet in court to view the evidence. You can also use your tablet stylus to add comments, make updates, and highlight key evidence within a bundle in real time.

Dual Panes

Dual Panes

In court CaseLines gives you the ability to work from two documents on the screen of a single device. Activating Dual Panes allows you to review two copies of the bundle side by side. This let’s you follow arguments or present from the bundle on your left while adding notes to your personal bundle on the right.

This helps you keep greater control, maintain your argument and removes the chance of confusion from switching browsers or referring to two screens on two separate devices.

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“Embracing technological advances … will enable court judges and international teams of lawyers to work together on evidence in the cloud whilst the case is still being heard in court in real time.”

Amna Sultan Al Owais, Chief Executive & Registrar, DIFC Courts