Elizabeth Miller to present CPD seminar - The Art of an eTrial

Elizabeth Miller to present CPD seminar - The Art of an eTrial

  • Event
  • 29 July 2016

Elizabeth Miller, Head of eCourts will present a CPD seminar on The Art of an eTrial on Friday 29 July 2016.

Law In Order, along with The Law Society of Singapore and Singapore Judiciary is committed to enhancing the litigation process in Singapore.
 
As the use of technology rises, the amount of potential evidence required for court continues to grow. The launch of eLitigation (eLit) in 2013 has transformed the litigation process from paper to electronic, making information more accessible and courts more adaptable. We are now seeing an increase in electronic hearings (eHearings, eTrials) in courts and chambers in Singapore.
 
Presenting evidence electronically in court has proven to be the most efficient and cost effective means for all parties involved in litigation or arbitration, especially when matters are evidence rich or document heavy.
 
Presented by Elizabeth MIller, this seminar will focus on the latest technological advances in electronic evidence management and presentation that can assist legal practitioners to organise and review potential evidence more efficiently, and how these changes are likely to impact legal practitioners in Singapore.  
 
For more information or to register to attend click here. Registration is free. 

Elizabeth Miller is Head of eCourts at Law In Order. Elizabeth has over 25 years of experience working in law firms and ten years in the Courts. She has worked on Royal Commissions of Inquiry since 2003 and has in-depth experience developing, designing and operationally implementing eTrial and eHearing models to the judicial, legal and corporate markets in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. Elizabeth hold a Masters of Business and Technology and a Degree in Industrial Management from the University of New South Wales.

 
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