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Professor Schmitz Speaks about ODR to Conference in Latin America

Professor Amy J. Schmitz presented — via Zoom — at the largest gathering in Latin America exploring technology in the courts this week, more than 1,500 attendees. Professor Schmitz explained how online dispute resolution (ODR) can be used to resolve smart contract disputes. Her presentation was broadcast in Buenos Aires at the 1st Latin American Conflict Resolution Meeting 4.0 “An unavoidable…

Professor Schmitz to Discuss ‘Dangers of Digitizing Due Process’ in Montreal

In late March, Professor Amy J. Schmitz will speak on the “Dangers of Digitizing Due Process” at the University of Montreal. This presentation is in conjunction with its LexUM Chair on Legal Information and its Cyberjustice Laboratory “Tech criticism of Tech products” Lecture Series. Professor Schmitz will explain how technology is transforming legal services and access to justice in positive,…

Professor Schmitz Participates in International Online Courts Workshop

Professor Amy J. Schmitz recently participated in a high-level Expert Stakeholder Workshop, “Measuring Success in Online Courts: An Empirical Challenge.” This invite-only event was organized by University College London Faculty of Laws and the Legal Education Foundation in London, U.K. The workshop brought together leading international figures from the judiciary, academia, policy and civil society to explore how we might measure…