Online Courts: What’s The ‘Human’ Impact?


Online Courts: What’s The ‘Human’ Impact?

 

Source: Increase Transparency in the Family Courts.

The testing of online courts should not simply be about whether the technology works, said Andrew Langdon QC, chairman of the Bar at an event on 16 February hosted by the UCL Judicial Institute,The Case for Online Courts’.

He sensibly pointed out the ‘human process’ of law, and the potential impacts of the transition to digital over face-to-face technologies.

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