Legal Technology Committee
The Legal Technology Committee and its protocols sub-committees’ purpose is to:
- develop best practice protocols for every step of disputes, from pre-litigation to digital hearings, including appeals;
- engage the profession and courts in ongoing conversation to maintain consistency and relevance in technology that is rapidly evolving;
- contribute to the work of the Federal Court Liaison Committee and the Federal Court, particularly in the development of the Federal Court Practice Management Handbook chapters which relate to the Best Practice Protocols;
- emphasise the use of technology to improve access to justice;
- engage with the continuing legal education of the profession in this developing area of expertise.
The Legal Technology sub-committees are the:
- Best Practice Protocols Sub-Committee – legal protocols for the use of technology from pre-litigation to digital hearings and appeals;
- Best Practice Technology Protocols Sub-Committee – technical protocols for the application of technology.
The sub-committees are made up of leading lawyers and legal technology professionals. For more information, please contact the Legal Technology Chair.
Schweikert Harris Lawyers
T. 07 3009 7203