Building the next generation of procedures
At HiiL, we build the next generation of procedures that help solve justice-related problems experienced by the citizens. We use justice technology to support users and professionals in achieving more effective solutions in divorce proceedings or in disputes between landlords and tenants. In this way, legal professionals can focus on the tasks at which they excel – reaching out to many more people at much lower costs.
Online Dispute Resolution: a rich toolbox that can help courts improve access to justice
By Jin Ho Verdonschot, Director HiiL Rechtwijzer Technology
We are getting close to 23 and 24 May, when we will host the 15th ...
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development & Justice
By Sam Muller, CEO HiiL Innovating Justice
On 11 August, the co-facilitators of the process that had to produce the ...
‘Responsiveness’ is not the first word that comes to mind when thinking of civil justice systems. In civil law countries like the Netherlands, we follow a lengthy legislative ...
Online dispute resolution: Moving beyond fast, fair and efficient
The field of ODR has matured. That much became clear during the ODR 2014 conference in San Francisco and Palo Alto last week. The line up included names likeDirections to innovation: South by Southwest
In a digitised world, courts will still be key for delivering justice as they are the only institutions that have an adequate answer to the element of “make me”. An element part of ...An online future for disputes
Highly developed ODR systems of the future may have the capacity to completely resolve legal disputes without requiring human interaction or attending a courtroom at any stage. However, this ...Using SMS to improve dispute resolution
Realising how widespread the use of mobile phones has become, a service is using SMS tools to extend, connect and improve dispute resolution.
Prof. Dr. Maurits BarendrechtHead of Innovating Procedures
'Providing justice is high tech, very personal and very similar across the world.'Meet our team