Hastings International and Comparative Law Review


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.