The e-Justice and e-Law Conference in Rome aimed at disseminating European projects and results dealing with e-Justice, as well as discussing further developments. It gathered experts from many EU Member States - United Kingdom, Finland, Spain, France, Netherlands, Hungary, etc., incl. representatives of European institutions and ministries of justice. The event focused on the topic “Towards better pan-European judicial services” and took place from 13th to 14th October 2014.
The conference was structured into five main sessions on: the European e-Justice Action Plan 2014-2018, e-Justice and e-Law in Supreme Courts across EU, cross-border e-Justice services and tools, further e-Justice initiatives and projects, and legal profession and e-Justice. A separate afternoon panel – ‘Cross-border Evidence’, was held during the first day of the Conference where the EVIDENCE project and its related topics were discussed by Prof. Joseph A. Cannataci (University of Groningen, NL), Stephen Mason (UK) and Cristina Ribeiro (International Criminal Court).
To watch a recording of the conference, please follow this link.