This report for the International Association of Procedural Law examines the impact of new technologies on the litigation process in six countries: The United States, Australia, Israel, Singapore, England and Wales, and Canada. Drawing on national reports from each of these countries, it considers: how new technologies are re-shaping the ways that we record and store information in the litigation process; the ways that the participants in the process communicate with one another; and the ways in which the case record or file is developed. It also considers whether new technologies are making the litigation process more efficient, more accessible and more effective.
Janet Walker and Garry D. Watson,
New Trends in Procedural Law: New Technologies and the Civil Litigation Process,
31 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 251
Available at: https://repository.uchastings.edu/hastings_international_comparative_law_review/vol31/iss1/6