Digitization Of Court Processes In Canada
Jane Bailey, Digitization Of Court Processes In Canada, Workin Paper n°2, Laboratory of Cyberjustice, October 23th 2012
The goal of the research underlying this report was to better understand the state of digitization of court processes in Canada, including wherever possible to determine where we are, where we’ve been and what has already been planned for the future. Our research was limited to an examination of the public online record that was initially performed by an amazing, dedicated group of University of Ottawa law student volunteers for the Centre for Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) who scoured for information online in relation to their assigned jurisdiction. The research and this draft report focused on technologies being implemented in or by courts, rather than looking specifically for information about electronic/digital issues as between parties to litigation.
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