Vanessa Beaton, Literature Review, Working Paper n°3, Laboratory of Cyberjustice, October 23th 2012
The following literature review is seeking to re-engineer today’s legal procedures, court process and accessibility of the justice system. The scope of this review corresponds to the Cyberjustice’s project objectives. It begins first by outlining the literature that helps to historically situate modern court traditions and access to justice issues. Second, articles and books are reviewed in order to resituate court processes and access to justice issues in a contemporary socio-political context. Third, it canvases and identifies technology currently in use, which leads to a presentation and analyses on the impacts, both positive and negative, from the perspective of various parties, of technology.
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