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The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
The Portable Courtroom
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The Portable Courtroom

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A lawyer specializing in IT law.

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  1. The Portable Courtroom<br />The Case for Paperless Courtrooms<br />
  2. The Cost of Paper<br />Environmental<br />Space<br />Inefficiency<br />Duplication<br />Search<br />Evidence Integrity<br />Money<br />$0.25 x #Pages x #Exhibits x 4 copies<br />Archive<br />Access to justice<br />2<br />
  3. Issues<br />Lawyers’ Inherent Conflict of Interest<br />Printing = profit centers<br />Billable hours<br />Efficiency<br />Education<br />Courtrooms not designed for technologies<br />Judges’<br />3<br />computer literacy<br />IT Support<br />
  4. Judges’ responsabilities?<br />Maintainaccess to justice<br />Reducecosts<br />Learn to judge in a paperlessenvironment<br />Require technologies to beused in the courtroom<br />4<br />- Justice B.T.Granger, The Future isNow, CBA Annualconference, Quebec, July 23, 2008<br />
  5. Lawyers’ Obligations?<br />Maintainaccess to justice<br />Reducecosts<br />Learn to judge in a paperlessenvironment<br />Require technologies to beused in the courtroom<br />5<br />
  6. Why Technologies<br />Reduce<br />Delays<br />Costs<br />Improve<br />Access to justice<br />Image of justice<br />Efficiency<br />Enhance persuasiveness<br />6<br />
  7. The Portable Courtroom<br />Justice B.T. Granger, Taking the next step and why you should, Computer Educational Skills Training Seminar, National Judicial Institute, Halifax, December 11-13, 2007<br />7<br />
  8. DIY Courtroom<br />9<br />
  9. DIY Courtroom<br />10<br />
  10. DIY Courtroom<br />11<br />
  11. DIY Courtroom<br />12<br />
  12. Issues for lawyers<br />Whichjudge has been assigned<br />For or against technologies<br />Equipement<br />Whichcourtroom<br />What type of case<br />Presentation vs e-evidence<br />When to be techno<br />13<br />
  13. New requirements<br />Collaboration<br />Lawyers<br />Judge<br />Clerks<br />Set-up time<br />Methodology<br />Standards<br />Education<br />14<br />
  14. Resources<br />ABA LTRC: Litigation and Courtroom Technology Info Center<br />Effective Use of Courtroom Technology: A Judge’s Guide to Pretrial and Trial [PDF]<br />Effective Use of Courtroom Technology: A Lawyer&apos;s Guide to Pretrial and Trial<br />Using Litigation Support Software in the Courtroom by Justice B.T.Granger [PDF]<br />ABA TECHSHOW<br />LegalIT, Canada’s Premier Conference on Law and IT<br />15<br />April 20 and 21st, 2009<br />Montreal<br />
  15. Questions?<br />Dominic Jaar<br />djaar@ledjit.com514.212.9348www.ledjit.com<br />

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