Collaborative Insights from Panel of Experts including.....

Hon. Francesca Fiecconi, Judge, First Civil Chamber of the Court of Appeal of Milan, Italy

Hon. Justice Ishaq Bello, Chief Judge High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria

Liviana Zorzi, Programme Officer, Governance & Peacebuilding Team, United Nations Development Programme, Bangkok Regional Hub, Thailand

Dr Varanyu Suchivoraphanpong, Founder & CEO, Demeter ICT Company Limited, Thailand

Dr Wan Satirah Wan Mohd Saman, Faculty Member, Faculty of Information Management, Universiti Teknologi MARA Selangor, Malaysia

Roy Chew, Senior Manager, Product Group, CrimsonLogic Pte Ltd, Singapore

Chong Ser Wah, Director, Professional Services, Ecquaria Technologies Pte Ltd, Singapore

Mohd Ambran Abu Bakar, Managing Director, Hewshott International (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Singapore

Faraz Khan, National Ecourts Operations Manager, Law In Order Pty Ltd, Australia


Efficiency Improvements &
Court Processes
to Streamline & Rightsizing
the Judiciary

Conference 2017

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. Delegates
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
DAY ONE (19 January 2017)
08:30 Registration
09:00 Introduction
09:15 Can judges promote efficiency?
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Leveraging collaborative relationships to bring about Court innovation in the delivery of legal services
11:00 Unearthing key challenges and solutions in advancing a speedier justice
11:45 Setting the standard with clarity and dependability of Courtroom recordings including to accurately create, store and publish the official verbatim record of the Court
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Successful implementation of AV/IT convergence in the Courtrooms and sharing best practices in Court reporting
14:45 Chrysalis – A process driven solution for Judiciaries
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 Mobile Court as an innovative concept in legal system to resolve case backlog and help back logged Court in dispensing justice while at same time satisfying international standards for fair trials
16:30 Panel Discussion on addressing case delays caused by multiple adjournments that will influence the functioning of courts efficient
17:00 End of Day 1
DAY TWO (20 January 2017)
09:00 Introduction
09:15 Best practices on implementation of case backlog reduction strategy
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 The challenges in administering backlogs and delivering greater efficiency within the justice system
11:00 Open dialogue to facilitate the conceptualization of a roadmap that the Judicial Officers including Chief Justices, Judges and Court Registrars need to undertake and be involved in order to effectively close the implementation gap in administering backlog
11:45 Best practice in expedite justice delivery and easy access of related information with innovative Court digitization
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Meeting the increasing challenges around records management compliance, information lifecycle and collaboration systems to manage active and inactive physical court records wherever they reside
14:45 Delivering a justice system with greater efficiency through more collaborative processes
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 New breakthrough to facilitate knowledge sharing and information dissemination amongst judges and judicial officers
16:30 Concluding Panel Discussion
17:00 End of Conference

Efficiency of justice is a major component of fair trial and of affective remedies, as such, this conference will highlight improvement to efficiency of the Judiciary, including streamlining Court systems through consolidation and leveraging collaborative relationships to bring about Court innovation in the delivery of legal services

The role of Judicial Officers, including Chief Justices, Judges, Court Registrars as well as judicial stakeholders becomes critical especially with the realization that case backlogs are very difficult to administer. With constant challenges in managing the increased in workload of Judges, this will now require a new strategic thinking to ensure greater efficiency as well as the need to transform the Judiciary. Therefore, it is critical to take a closer look at enhancing optimal results, better decisions and faster case resolution that will influence performance and efficiency, with the introduction of latest methods and technologies to create new opportunities to enhance the decorum of court proceedings and to deliver efficiency across the Judiciary that is vital to drive continuous justice delivery improvement. All forward thinking professionals from the legal fraternity and justice sector, including judicial officers, should take time off from their busy schedule to congregate in Bangkok, Thailand, to participate in the event:“World Judicial Efficiency Improvements & Reengineering Court Processes to Streamline & Rightsizing the Judiciary Conference 2017”, and be updated on new development and frontier of innovation to streamline court systems through consolidation in order to rightsizing the Judiciary that will directly influence the functioning of courts efficient and to close the implementation gap in administering backlogs.

Members of a high-powered delegate from the Judiciary across Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, Europe and the region, including…….