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Read David Willink’s article on the emerging proposals to spend £700m on the transformation of the civil courts through IT.

Lamb Chambers barrister David Willink was first involved in developing the e-business strategy for the courts in England and Wales sixteen years ago, when the Government set a target for all public services to be online by 2005!

In a series of articles for High Performance Counsel he reviews the story so far and examines the proposal for an Online Court in Briggs LJ’s Civil Courts Structure Review.  He considers the potential pitfalls and challenges, as well as the opportunities for litigants and professionals in the years ahead.

You can read the first article here  

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