eTrials under new SC GEN 5 Practice Note:
elaw’s analysis & advice for Victorian Practitioners
In its newly released Practice Note, the Supreme Court of Victoria has provided specific guidance as to the type of technology to be used for basic, intermediate and sophisticated matters. The Court has taken a very direct approach in setting out its expectations of practitioners. Essentially every trial should now utilise appropriate technology to meet the Court’s requirements.
At this free lunchtime seminar elaw’s Victorian Consultants will guide you through the Court’s expectations and provide practical advice for cost-effective compliance. They will discuss the range of technologies available and provide guidance as to the way practitioners should actively plan for trial.
elaw has been a pioneer in the delivery of electronic courtroom solutions in Australia and internationally, supporting matters ranging from simple single party support through to complex multi-party engagements.