To really change the courts you can’t just ‘graft technology’ onto an old fashioned system you have to start with a blank sheet of paper.[Read more…] about Reinventing Justice
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In 2015 Darin Thompson asked a provocative question: “Are the courts sustainable?” In this interview, he explains what leads him to ask this question and talks about alternatives that are more suited to modern dispute resolution and the needs of citizens to access speedy and affordable justice.[Read more…] about Are The Courts Sustainable?
Technology can do more than bring dispute resolution online, it can also improve and enhance traditional in-person mediation in a number of ways.[Read more…] about Technology-enhanced Mediation
The digital revolution is radically changing how people resolve disputes and this is happening without people even realising it. eBay were early adopters of this and Professor Ethan Katsh and his colleague led the charge.[Read more…] about Online Dispute Resolution – The Beginning
Not all online dispute resolution initiatives are successful initially, but that does not mean they are not helpful for developing policy and pushing change.[Read more…] about The Dutch Rechtwijzer Experiment