Managing Confidentiality in a Virtual Trial

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 10 May 2022

Nicholas Wilson, Global eHearings Lead Consultant

Law In Order were approached by the law firms involved in a high profile case to determine whether we could assist facilitating an eTrial. The matter was proposed to be conducted either virtually, hybrid or in-person depending on the circumstances at the time.

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Electronic Jury Book Solution

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2022

The legacy of the pandemic has seen significant change across all industries as everyone has adapted to the ‘new normal’. This is particularly the case in the legal profession. In a very real desire to continue supporting clients, legal teams have embraced new technology solutions at a greatly accelerated rate.

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WFH and COVID Challenges: New Innovations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 March 2022

The effects of COVID-19 and remote working are greatly affecting how legal teams are functioning. Law In Order has been leading the way with innovations that address the challenges and difficulties this has presented for eDiscovery with the increasing emergence of new forms of data and for eHearings with courts and hearing rooms being temporarily closed.

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eHearings Spotlight: How to Manage Video Conferencing Fatigue

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 November 2021

Everyone knows that feeling. Fifteen minutes into a VIP video conference call and coffee is calling already. The meeting leader may have been great and the subject more riveting than a tradesman's toolbelt, but something just wasn't right. Welcome to "Zoom fatigue.”

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Looking Forward Into 2020: Industry Trends

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 March 2020

The role of lawyers is set to change more rapidly in the next decade than it has in the last 100 years. Here is a summary of the biggest trends for 2020.

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How eTrials are Changing Australia's Judicial System

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 17 September 2018

By Elizabeth Miller, Global Head of eHearing Services

The Cowan trial of the Daniel Morcombe killer was an eTrial, one of a number that were running across 14 Queensland Courts as they began their electronic transformation process. Other states have followed suit, embracing not just electronic lodgements in the judicial system but also electronic presentation of materials and remote witness participation.

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