Blogs

The latest news and updates from our bloggers, projects and publications.

  • Rechtwijzer.nl: A game changer

    13 February 2014

    HiiL's Corry van Zeeland attended the launch of Roger Smith and Alan Paterson's research on digital legal services at the Nuffield Foundation in London.

  • Collaborating on Justice Innovation: The Hague and Canada

    Collaborating on Justice Innovation: The Hague and Canada 06 February 2014

    A recent and exciting justice innovation in Canada is the creation of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution. The Winkler Institute has an action-oriented three pillar mandate in the areas of teaching and learning, research and innovation and pilots and projects.

  • Directions to innovation: South by Southwest

    Directions to innovation: South by Southwest 04 February 2014

    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 most many disputes: often one person wants to change something in her relationship with someone else while this other might benefit form the status quo and needs to be nudged towards changing the situation. Courts can do that as they are back up by state coercion.

  • Davos 2014 and Justice

    Davos 2014 and Justice 26 January 2014

    The Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum at Davos has many layers. Business leaders meet and do deals and forge partnerships. High potential start-ups use Davos to pitch. Members of governments come to support the deal making. 

  • More innovation is on its way

    More innovation is on its way 23 January 2014

    The wait is nearly over. The 2014 Innovating Justice Awards will soon be open for business.

  • Trend report: Trialogue - Releasing the value of courts

    Trend report: Trialogue - Releasing the value of courts 19 January 2014

    With the feedback received from the Innovating Justice Forum participants on the draft version of the trend report, the trend report has become even more focused on the needs of courts and their users.

    In Trialogue – Releasing the value of courts you can find the trends in how courts across the world improve their procedures. The report lists the challenges as experienced by court leaders, and a range of strategies and innovations that may help to overcome these challenges. It also contains three wonderful designs of courts of the future developed by architects in close interaction with judges.