Judicial Ways of Working

The global pandemic has had a profound impact upon the ways in which people live and work across the globe. The coronavirus has created particular challenges for the judicial system, which has relied to a large extent on doing its business in a live forum, to ensure both fairness to the parties and access of the public. This podcast series explores the ways in which judges are working in the midst of the pandemic. Hosted by Professor Carl Stychin, Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, the series engages members of the judiciary in discussions on the use of technology to enable courts and tribunals, as well as the potential long term implications of new ways of working even when we return to a ‘new normal’. 

 

Author: 
School of Advanced Study
Speaker(s): 
Professor Carl Stychin, Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in conversation with Upper Tribunal Judge Elizabeth Cooke, Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber), Royal Court of Justice
Event date: 
Friday, 5 June 2020 - 10:00am