2020

Blogs

Accès à la justice en temps de distanciation sociale : une redéfinition des compétences essentielles?

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Tomas Vazquez Rojas, auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice – Hiver 2020. Depuis la mise en place de mesures de distanciation sociale afin de freiner la progression de la COVID-19, l’appareil judiciaire québécois, tout comme ses homologues ailleurs au Canada, marche au ralenti. Or, […] Read more

News

Postdoctoral Fellowship, AI and Regulation

The Centre for Law, Technology and Society is seeking two skilled and enthusiastic Postdoctoral Fellows to pursue an innovative research program focused on shaping the regulation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a global context.  INTERNSHIP OFFER 1 The Scotiabank Postdoctoral Fellowship on AI and Regulation will support an innovative research program focused on shaping the […] Read more

In the medias

Bourdonnement [CHRONIQUES] - And Cyberjustice for All

Maître Sébastien Bourdon proposes a reflection on the judicial system since the beginning of the confinement by insisting on the importance of "dematerializing" justice to ensure its proper functioning at all times. Available in french only.    Ayant quelques relations avec le Québec, je me suis interrogé sur ce que propose le laboratoire de cyberjustice […] Read more

In the medias

The conversation - Courts are moving to video during coronavirus, but research shows it’s hard to get a fair trial remotely

David Tait and Meredith Rossner- ACT researchers - focus in this article published in The conversation  on the challenges faced by virtual courts in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a sense, the courts have been preparing for an outbreak like this for some time. Witnesses and defendants routinely appear in court via […] Read more

In the medias

Slaw -

Amy Salyzyn -  ACT researcher - writes in this article published on the website Slaw - a Canadian legal blog - about how the pandemic has disrupted the functioning of the judicial system. She paints the picture of how a virtual courts should be, emphasizing the need to provide more transparency, including more access to […] Read more

Blogs

Le recours aux données de géolocalisation en temps de pandémie : problème ou solution?

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Cassandra Larocque-Rigney, auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice – Hiver 2020. La course contre la COVID-19 se déroulant présentement est au cœur des préoccupations gouvernementales partout à travers le monde. Confiner ou ne pas confiner : telle n’est pas la seule question. En effet, plusieurs […] Read more

News

PARLe – Ontario Condominium Authority Tribunal

The CAT’s platform distinguishes itself on the international stage by promoting simple, online resolution of the many condominium disputes that have resulted from Ontario’s condominium boom. A unique response to the COVID-19 crisis Thanks to the PARLe platform, the Condominium Authority Tribunal became in 2017 the first completely online, no-premise tribunal in Canada. This fully digital tribunal […] Read more