Digitalisation at the Courts
Tallinn Circuit Court (court room 222)
Pärnu mnt 7
Digitalisation is generally promoted in order to make case handling at the courts more efficient. It speeds up the process and reduces the administrative tasks for the courts as well as the users of the courts. The Baltic countries is ahead of the Nordic countries in this area.
The report "Digitalisation of the courts" will be launched at a hybrid conference in the Tallinn Circuit Court, Estonia.
The findings will be presented by the author Professor Frederik Waage and experts from Estonia, Sweden and Iceland. You are welcome to participate physically or online by registering.
Program (Timings in EET)
10.45 Registration for participants taking part at the Tallinn Circuit Court
11.00 Welcome by Christer Haglund, Nordic Council of Ministers in Estonia
11.10 Digitalisation at the public administration and the courts in Estonia, Kaidi Lippus, Director Courts division Ministry of Justice Estonia
11.30 The state of Digitalisation at the Courts in the Nordic and the Baltic states. Presentation of the Digicourts report, by Frederik Waage, professor, University of Southern Denmark
11.55 Perspectives on digitalisation from Sweden, by Associate Professor Eva Storskrubb, Uppsala Universitet, Sweden
12.05 Perspectives on digitalisation from Iceland, by Associate Professor Kristín Benediktsdóttir, University of Iceland
12.15 Q&A on digitalisation at the courts. Perspectives for further research in continuation of the DigiCourts report
12.30 End of conference