Law In Order is delighted to invite you to hear a panel of experts discuss their views on the “Strategic Use of Technology to Support Expert and Witness Testimony in Trials or Hearings”.
Mon. 14 August 2017
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm AEST
RACV Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The panellists are experts in a broad range of fields who use technology strategically in eHearings. This includes designing and implementing eHearing rooms, as well as the presentation of evidence by experts and witnesses.
Each expert will present for 10 minutes and then discuss their learnings, experience and advice in a moderated panel discussion. This presentation will count for 1 CPD point in the Professional Skills category.
Sean Bagga, Senior Consultant, Allens
Sean holds both Law and Information Technology degrees and has been in the legal industry for over 12 years. He has practised as a lawyer and has experience working in the legal technology area for over 8 years. Since joining Allens in 2012, Sean has provided advice on best practice and the strategic use of legal technology solutions on several large scale litigation, regulatory and transactional matters for key clients.
David Hoy, Manager, In Court Technology, Court Services Victoria
David has been working in the Audio Visual and Video Communications industry since 1996. In 2000, David took up a position at the Victorian Government Reporting Service and in 2007 became Manager of the newly formed In Court Technology (ICT) unit which manages streaming, video network and infrastructure and manages approximately 250 courtrooms and remote witness facilities across all courthouses in Victoria.
Brett Webber, Principal, ConsilAD
Brett has more than 20 years’ technology consulting experience, most of which has been gained with consulting organisations and with Australia’s largest law firm. Over the last 15 years Brett has focused on forensic technology and eDiscovery.
Elizabeth Miller, Head - eCourt Services, Law In Order
Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience working in law firms and 10 years in the Courts. She has worked on Royal Commissions of Inquiry since 2003 and has in-depth experience developing, designing and operationally implementing eHearing and trial models to the judicial, legal and corporate markets in Australia, Europe and North America.
Join us for drinks, canapes and networking opportunities.