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Digital Justice Innovation

28 July 2021 | 11 AM - 1 PM | Online

Transforming the judicial system with emerging technologies

Access to justice is the cornerstone of an egalitarian society. In a hyper digital age, digital innovation is transforming our judicial systems to increase access to the swift and impartial administration of justice.

Unfortunately, without strategic implementation, technological transformation can exacerbate the digital divide and compromise citizens’ right to justice. Thus, it is the responsibility of judicial leaders to ensure that emerging innovations do not jeopardise citizen access, but rather increase the availablity and efficiency of judicial systems.

Join us at the complimentary Digital Justice Innovation virtual event to explore how our courts are being transformed by emerging technologies to eliminate backlogs, progress the course of justice and provide better experiences for citizens who encounter the justice system.

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Key Takeaways

A must-attend event for public sector organisations looking to:

Gain insights into emerging judicial innovations, including their application in a range of real-world case studies

Enhance citizen access to courts by leveraging communicative and administrative technologies, helping to automate judicial processes

Maintain uncompromising standards of information security, case management and data sharing to ensure the impartial and effective administration of justice

Your Expert Speakers

Chair: David Connoley
Chief Information Officer,
Courts Administration Authority

Sal Austin
Director, Digital Reform Program,
NSW Department of Communities
and Justice

David Byrne
A/Chief Information Officer,
Department of Justice (TAS)

Jessica der Matossian
Registrar, Digital Practice,
Federal Court of Australia

Pauline Diano
Executive Adviser, Digital Innovation,
Court Services Victoria (CSV)

David Jackson
Senior Director for CaseLines,
Thomson Reuters

Andrea Kilby
Director of Business Development for CaseLines
Thomson Reuters

Kevin Sadler
Chief Executive,
HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS)

Michael Woodhouse
Executive Director, Strategy, Reform and Support, Courts Tribunals and Service Delivery,
NSW Department of Communities and Justice

Agenda at a glance

11:00 AM AEST
Welcome from PSN
11:10 AM AEST
Chair Opening
11:20 AM AEST
International Keynote: Delivering digital courts for all - Modernising courts and tribunals across England and Wales
11:35 AM AEST
Partner Session: Enabling better performing systems - Unlocking efficiencies in digital courts at scale
11:50 AM AEST
Government Keynote: Tracing the evolution of digital practice and technology in Australia’s courts
12:05 PM AEST
Government Keynote: NSW Courts’ Digital Reform Program - Bringing the best of 21st century innovation into the court room
12:20 PM AEST
Break
12:25 PM AEST
Panel Discussion: Forecasting the future of digital courts - Emerging technologies, skill sets and priorities
1:10 PM AEST
End of session

Registration

What's included in your registration:

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and exploring how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives

Interactivity

An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear  from solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services

On-Demand

Receive on-demand access to session content after the conference on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

Complimentary for public sector employees only *

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Event Partners

Defence, Security and Justice Community Prospectus

The current threat to our interests and way of life is unprecedented in our history. Critical discourse must focus on how we can effectively address these strong security concerns in the region and on home soil. National security can only be achieved through the collaborative efforts of many who make innovation – efforts in in technological investments, strategy and execution – the priority. 

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