Digital Justice

Justice Is Falling Short of Expectations

Hav you noticed how technology impacts every sector of society but justice?

There is a wide gap between how justice is provided to ordinary citizens and their legitimate expectations. Citizens are used to benefit from a service that is online, of a good quality, fast and affordable. Justice seems at odds with those features. Justice evolves in a paper world, is slow, expensive and quality is not always optimal.

What can be done about it? This is the question I ask in my essay "Les robots à l'assaut de la justice". In this book, I argue that the way forward is to foster a more efficient justice i.e. a service offering a better ratio value-money-speed.

How to Make the Courts More Efficient?

Order the book to find out.

You can buy it here or at your regular bookstore (the book is in French).

Ideas on how to build a more efficient justice?

Share them by clicking on the button below or drop me an email at adrien@lawfortech.io.