Information Technology in Complex Criminal Trials - A Summary of the AIJA Report

(1993) 67 Australian Law Journal 872-878 (‘Information Technology & the Law’ column)

5 Pages Posted: 12 May 2013

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Graham Greenleaf

University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law

Andrew Mowbray

University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law

Date Written: July 1, 1993

Abstract

This article summarises the Report by the authors, Information Technology in Complex Criminal Trials, published by the Australian Institute of Judicial Administration (see http://ssrn.com/abstract=2263821).

It does so under the following headings: - Costs and causes of complex trials - Technologies for court computerisation - Managing paper mountains - the 'paperless courtroom'? - Presentation graphics - simplifying evidence - Fully integrated litigation support - Jury access to computerised information - A proposed new role for the AIJA - education and communication in court technologies.

Keywords: complex criminal trials, litigation support systems, legal information systems, Australia, text retrieval

Suggested Citation

Greenleaf, Graham and Mowbray, Andrew, Information Technology in Complex Criminal Trials - A Summary of the AIJA Report (July 1, 1993). (1993) 67 Australian Law Journal 872-878 (‘Information Technology & the Law’ column) . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2263865

Graham Greenleaf (Contact Author)

University of New South Wales, Faculty of Law ( email )

Sydney, New South Wales 2052
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HOME PAGE: http://www2.austlii.edu.au/~graham

Andrew Mowbray

University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Law ( email )

Sydney
Australia

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