eAccess to Justice [electronic resource] edited by Karim Benyekhlef, Jane Bailey, Jacquelyn Burkell, and Fabien Gelinas
- Baltimore, Maryland : Project Muse, 2019
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (vi, 412 pages.)
- Additional Creators:
- Bailey, Jane, 1965-, Benyekhlef, Karim, 1962-, Gelinas, Fabien, 1966-, Burkell, Jacquelyn, and Project Muse
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- License restrictions may limit access.
- Age of efficiency / Jane Bailey -- Cyberjustice and international development : reducing the gap between promises and accomplishments / Renaud Beauchard -- Evaluating e-justice : the design of an assessment framework for e-justice systems / Giampiero Lupo -- The role of courts in assisting individuals in realizing their s. 2(b) right to information about court proceedings / Graham Reynolds -- Privacy v. transparency : how remote access to court records forces us to re-examine our fundamental values / Nicolas Vermeys -- ATJ technology principles : access to and delivery of Justice / the Honorable Donald Horowitz -- Empowerment, technology, and family law / Sherry MacLennan -- The case for courtroom technology competence as an ethical duty for litigators / Amy Salyzyn -- Tablets in the jury room : enhancing performance while undermining fairness? / David Tait and Meredith Rossner -- The old...and the new? Elements for a general theory of institutional change : the case of paperless justice / Pierre Noreau -- Cyberjustice and ethical perspectives of procedural law / Daniel Weinstock -- Three trade-offs to efficient dispute resolution / Clement Camion -- The electronic process in the Brazilian judicial system : much more than an option, it is a solution / Katia Balbino de Carvalho Ferreira -- Access to justice and technology : European perspective / Xandra Kramer.
- Part I of this work focuses on the ways in which digitization projects can affect fundamental justice principles. It examines claims that technology will improve justice system efficiency and offers a model for evaluating e-justice systems that incorporates a broader range of justice system values. The emphasis is on the complicated relationship between privacy and transparency in making court records and decisions available online.
- Issued as part of book collections on Project MUSE.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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