The Cyberjustice Laboratory

Justice without paper

 

Project Description

University of Montreal’s first intent for its cyberjustice laboratory is to define the necessary parameters to make justice accessible to all and ensure that all evidence, testimonies and exchanges are computerized before, during and after a legal session. We worked closely with the University of Montreal’s Faculty of Law to establish the parameters required for the realization of this research laboratory. We designed a system that allows the management of video cameras and recording of these and surrounding microphones, as in a television broadcast environment while incorporating the use of audio-visual technology such as video conferencing and individual control features for every legal stakeholder present with touch screens that double as video monitors.

Information

CLIENT: Faculté de droit de l’Université de Montréal
DATE: 2011
CONSTRUCTION COST: $8 M