In this inaugural episode, hosts Nicholas and Karl engage with the promises of perils behind recent efforts to digitalise the legal practice.
They are joined by the doctoral candidate Charlotta Kronblad who has problematized this digitalization throughout her research, spreading out locally from Gothenburg, Sweden to Brazil and beyond. Of particular interest is changing contexts of access to the law and the use of algorithmic evidence in the courthouse. Should we look forward to just more cat filtered zoom court appearances or a growing equity divide fueled by new technologies? Press play and explore this new world of the digital courthouse with Karl and Nicholas.