‘Civil Courts Coping with Covid-19’

“The unforeseen Covid-19 pandemic has propelled unprecedented transformations in civil proceedings. Numerous countries across the globe have faced and continue to face the question of how to enable courts to handle civil cases despite restrictions on the operation of societal functions. Many pre-pandemic practices, rules, and standards are clearly inappropriate for the new reality. To enable us to study the impact of the pandemic on civil justice systems, we invited proceduralists from countries across the globe to provide insights into the developments in their own country …” (more)

[Bart Krans and Anna Nylund, BACL, 11 June]

First posted 2021-06-11 15:30:30

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