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Annual Birkenhead Lecture Online Courts and the Future of Justice

@inproceedings{Genn2018AnnualBL,
  title={Annual Birkenhead Lecture Online Courts and the Future of Justice},
  author={H. Genn},
  year={2018}
}
  • H. Genn
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
My subject this evening is that of online courts and – more broadly - the potential of technology for reshaping the public justice system. Our world is changing rapidly through technological development. I am neither a technology enthusiast nor sceptic. But I am interested in how technology is already altering how we ‘do justice’ and how our system might be significantly remodelled in the future. 
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