e-Justice / Digital Justice

Foundation | Optional Module | Includes Practicals

Summary

Access to justice is a key topic with many justice systems around the world. Technology is now seen as the answer and the conduit of access to justice, particularly in terms of improving efficiency, saving costs and ensuring global justice systems continue to function considering the current pandemic. ​

This module will enable you to gain an understanding of the current and future landscape considering the change brought by technology. We will discuss eJustice and how it differs from non-digitalized justice systems. The module will comprise of a series of lectures from leading practitioners, and enablers from across the globe. With each providing insights into the global justice ecosystem and their own experiences of pre, during and post covid and how to adjust to the change.

There will be an emphasis on the impact of reform and designing services that improve access to justice, with examples of electronic platforms amongst other innovation initiatives taking place across global ecosystems.

Learning Outcome
  • Understanding of innovation in judiciary landscape ​

  • Understand the different the ecosystems ​

  • Understand the main differences between traditional and modern digitalized justice systems ​

  • Gain a perspective on the impact of Covid-19 on the justice system ​

  • Understand the challenges to innovation in courts ​

  • Explore some of the use cases/tools being used globally to enable access to justice through technology ​

Lecture Leader

Mark Beer, OBE

Co-Founder, Seven Pillars Law

Module Overview

The following LTIC Overview was delivered at the LTIC Open Day on 19th November 2020 by Christina Blacklaws, Head of Faculty, LTIC.

Learning Methodology

eLearning Primer

Gain access to the LTIC Moodle dashboard & learn using the same tool used by universities around the world to deliver online courses!

Live Webinar

Learn in the moment - attend live webinars and ask questions as they come up!

Recorded Lecture

Never miss a lesson - lectures are recorded to ensure that you have access to learning materials 24/7.

Practicals

60 Minutes of hands-on activity - create innovative solutions for real-world use cases.

Contact Us

Apply now for our February 2021 Cohort.

Applications close End January 2021.

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    Module Details

    Complete 14 modules for the full certification.
    Core modules are essential to the programme and cannot be changed out, however, you can select 5 options to fill the rest of your curriculum. The module selection will not be set in stone, and you can always change it up until the confirmation of the cohort in February.



    Commercial AwarenessDispute Resolution - LawTech & ADReDiscoveryeJustice & Digital JusticeEvaluating Legal TechnologyIP Law & TechLegal DesignLegal OperationsLegal Regulation & ComplianceLegal Skills of the FutureProject Management & Metrics



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