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Electronic Courts and the Challenges in Managing Evidence. A View From Inside The International Criminal Court

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Mark Patrick Dillon ,

International Criminal Court, NL
About Mark
Mark Patrick Dillon is the Head of Information and Evidence at the International Criminal Court. A native of Cork, he has a BCL and LLB from University College, Cork. He is currently researching for an LLM, by thesis, at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at University College Galway. Mark first became interested in the impact of technology on law when he worked in London on the tobacco litigation in the late 1990’s.Since then and prior to joining the ICC he was involved in the setting up of a number of ad hoc eCourts in the United Kingdom. Mark is an advocate for access to justice and specifically how technology can advance that access.
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David Beresford

International Criminal Court, NL
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David Beresford is a staff member of the Registry of the International Criminal Court. He specialises in eCourt systems and evidence management, but also performs the role of program manager for the ICC’s ERP system and project manager for other eCourt technologies.

His background is in ICT, Digital Forensics, Business Analysis and Project Management.

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Abstract

Many courts face challenges dealing with large volumes of electronic evidence. Innovative solutions are in place, but challenges remain for those who manage our courts. Some of the international tribunals have embraced new technologies. High staff turnover leads to a knowledge drain and mobile devices which generate a significant amount of meta-data are issues that need to be addressed.

DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.132
How to Cite: Dillon, M.P. & Beresford, D., (2014). Electronic Courts and the Challenges in Managing Evidence. A View From Inside The International Criminal Court. International Journal for Court Administration. 6(1), pp.29–36. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.132
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Published on 19 Jun 2014.

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