Posts Tagged: Court information systems

De Lucena Neto on Lawsuit Automation in Brazil

Professor Dr. Cláudio de Lucena Neto of Universidade Estadual da Paraíba Departamento de Direito Privado presented a paper entitled The [Effects] of Lawsuit Automation in a Labour Court and in a Common Justice Court in the State of Paraíba, Brazil: A Comparative Case Study, at LexInformatica 2011 / CLIT 2011: The 4th Regional Conference on… Read more »

McMillan: Eight Rules of E-Filing

James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has begun a new series of posts on court e-filing systems, entitled Eight Rules of E-Filing, at Court Technology Bulletin. (Click here for Part 2 in the series.) Mr. McMillan explains that in many U.S. court systems, “physical case files” continue to play a prominent… Read more »

McMillan on Trust and Court E-Filing Systems

James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has published two new posts about judicial e-filing systems: Trust and E-Filing, Court Technology Bulletin, 7 May 2011; E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, Court Technology Bulletin, 14 May 2011. Mr. McMillan’s post, E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, cites a recent article on e-briefs in Texas state appellate… Read more »

Velicogna et al. on e-Justice in France: The e-Barreau Experience

Marco Velicogna of IRSIG‐CNR, and Antoine Errera and Stéphane Derlange, both of Tribunal administratif de Paris, have published e-Justice in France: The e-Barreau Experience, Utrecht Law Review, 7(1), 163-187 (2011). Here is the abstract: Recent field research projects in the justice sector have shown how the development of e-justice entails much more than developing, installing… Read more »

Call for Papers: Court Technology Conference CTC 2011

A call for ideas and participation — with submission deadline of 15 February 2011 — has been issued for CTC 2011: The National Center for State Courts’ Court Technology Conference 2011, to be held 4-6 October 2011, in Long Beach, California, USA. According to the call: NCSC invites practitioners, scholars and the private sector to… Read more »

Schultze on PACER, RECAP, and the Movement to Free American Case Law

Stephen Schultze of Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy has posted PACER, RECAP, and the Movement to Free American Case Law, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Mr. Schultze describes the origins of RECAP, an innovative project to publicly disseminate U.S. federal court… Read more »

New on VoxPopuLII: JUMAS: Improving Access to Multimedia Recordings of Court Proceedings

Dr. Elisabetta Fersini of the University of Milano-Bicocca’s Laboratory for Models in Decision Making and Data Analysis (MIND) has posted The JUMAS Experience: Extracting Knowledge From Judicial Multimedia Digital Libraries, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Dr. Fersini describes JUMAS (JUdicial MAnagement by… Read more »