Technology provides huge opportunities for empowering citizens and expanding access to justice. Courts need to harvest technology in order to stay relevant. ODR is a powerful way to do that.
Posts Tagged: Online dispute resolution
Online dispute resolution not only makes citizen reporting easier. It speeds resolution. The result is improved citizen satisfaction as well as new efficiencies and costs savings for the agency.
Successful courts are bringing self-help services to citizens, creating collaborative justice partnerships, and saving time and money along the way.
Professor Dr. Vytautas Čyras of the Vilnius University Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics has posted On a Legal Framework in a Virtual World: Lessons from the VirtualLife Project, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Professor Čyras describes the regulatory infrastructure of VirtualLife, theRead… Read more »
A call for papers — with submission deadline of 16 May 2011 — has been issued for AICOL 2011: The Third Workshop on AI Approaches to the Complexity of Law, to be held 16 August 2011 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The workshop is to be held in conjunction with IVR 2011: XXV. World CongressRead… Read more »
A call for papers — with submission deadline of 10 November 2010 — has been issued for ODR Workshop 2010: The 6th International Workshop on Online Dispute Resolution, to be held 15 December 2010 in Liverpool, England, UK, in conjunction with JURIX 2010. The theme of the workshop is: “Web 2.0, semantic web and theRead… Read more »
Judge Dory Reiling, Ph.D., Vice President of the Amsterdam District Court, has published a new blogpost entitled Nieuw! Visie op de rechtspraak, at her blog on Mr. Online. The post comments on the report issued last month, entitled Visie op de rechtspraak, which set out a proposed vision of the future for the the administrationRead… Read more »