Digital Civics and Legal Capability in the Community: Expanding Access to Justice

Technology is increasingly recognised as an important way to help community members participate in the design and delivery of services. At the same time, as demand for technology-based solutions to legal problems grows, there are pressing questions about the relationship between community members’ digital and legal capabilities.

In this exciting event, internationally-recognised experts Professor Patrick Olivier (digital civics pioneer and Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, Monash University) and Dr Catrina Denvir (Senior Lecturer, Monash Business School) present cutting edge developments from the cross-disciplinary fields of digital civics and assisted digital services. If you’re interested in how technology can promote access to justice, this presentation is a must see.

Presented by Monash University Australian Centre for Justice Innovation.

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Thursday, 16 May 2019 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm

Monash University Law Chambers 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
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Contact Ellen Hays from Australian Centre for Justice Innovation (Monash University).
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