Delivering digital courts

Document type
Discussion paper
Author(s)
Shilson-Thomas, Aidan
Publisher
Reform
Date of publication
26 June 2019
Subject(s)
Legislation, Criminal Justice Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This discussion paper brings together voices from across the legal sector to discuss the implications of courts going digital. It presents views from those who are delivering digital court services, arguments for keeping users at the heart of change, and a vision for what digital courts might mean in the future.

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