Courtroom technology: Regulating the security, confidentiality and ethics of electronic evidence

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Dr Sara Golru

The University of Sydney, Faculty of Law

Date Written: September 2016

Abstract

The regulatory challenges posed by the ethics, security and confidentiality of courtroom technology may be surmounted by implementing amendments to existing rules and establishing additional guidelines. This framework should provide comprehensive guidance for legal professionals in order to prevent placing the onus on individual lawyers to examine and interpret the security, confidentiality and suitability of technology.

Keywords: legal technology; courtroom technology; confidentiality

Suggested Citation

Golru, Dr Sara, Courtroom technology: Regulating the security, confidentiality and ethics of electronic evidence (September 2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3905651 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3905651

Dr Sara Golru (Contact Author)

The University of Sydney, Faculty of Law ( email )

Faculty of Law Building, F10
Sydney, NSW
Australia

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