by Theodora Stoica | 19.01.2022 | #FutureProofLegal, #StayHome, #TechForLaw, Development, Education |
Knowing the law is no longer enough for modern lawyers, especially those starting their own law firm business. The world is changing rapidly, and you can either move with it or be left behind. You reading these lines means you prefer the first option.
Riding the innovation tide is a challenge of its own and finding the best sources of information is always strenuous.
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by Karolina Jackowicz and Marcin Ciemiński | 23.04.2020 | #OnlineDisputes, #StayHome | When Europe became the centre of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government in Poland proclaimed the state of epidemic (on March 20th 2020). Various public health emergency measures have been introduced. Amongst them closures of schools, businesses and borders. Polish...
by Theodora Stoica | 20.04.2020 | #OnlineDisputes, #StayHome, #TechForLaw, Development |
On 3rd of April 2020, a group of visionary legal professionals organised the first online court hearing in Romania. The case was a moot one, in the sense that the parties and the matter brought forth before the court were all fictional. What was at stake here, though, was for the legal professionals to get a taste of online/remote dispute resolution before courts of law.
Shortly, on 7th of April 2020, the Bucharest Tribunal (both a court of first instance and appellate court) launched the Videoconferencing section on its website to be used by and large for civil cases.
These shifts of paradigm were triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic and associated measures. The challenge will now be to sustain these actions and continue the innovation process and digitalise the Romanian judicial system once the pandemic crisis is over. The task will be a demanding one because, unlike alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as arbitration and mediation, the procedural rules governing the activity of the courts of law are largely different and mainly strict. Although seeing the possible advantages, Romanian legal professionals are still wary of the digitalisation process.
by Karolina Jackowicz and Theodora Stoica | 02.04.2020 | #StayHome |
A few words from us, in this strange new world.
Stay at home. Stay Strong.
Together we will make it. Or at least learn from it.
On the blog, we will keep delivering our content. It has become all the more relevant and urgent, in the digitally transforming (yes, accelerated by the C-word) professional realities.