AustriaHow is Austria approaching AI integration into judicial policies?

  • Georg STAWA, President of the CEPEJ and Head of Department for Strategy, Organizational Consulting and Information Management, Federal Ministry for Constitution, Reforms, Deregulation and Justice, Austria

England and Wales: AI, machine learning and the administration of justice in England and Wales: prospects, opportunities, challenges 

  • Rohan GROVE, Deputy Director, Customer Directorate, Head of Insight and User Research, Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service, United Kingdom

FranceThe so-called “predictive justice” applications in civil and criminal matters : assumptions, risks, expectations - reflections underway in France 

  • Éloi BUAT-MENARD, Judge, Deputy Director, Directorate of Documentation, studies, reports, international relations and communication, Court of Cassation, France

Latvia: State of art: Where are we, where do we want to go? 

  • Jānis RUSKA, E-Case Development Project Leader, Court Administration of Latvia, Dainis SLIŠĀNS, Justice for Growth project coordinator at Court Administration of Latvia
  • and Dainis SLIŠĀNS, Justice for Growth project coordinator at Court Administration of Latvia

Netherlands: Challenges and opportunities of AI in the judicial system. Reflections from the Netherlands

  • Bart SCHELLEKENS, L.M, Senior adviser/researcher Law & IT, Council for the Judiciary, the Netherlands

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Great Britain, the Netherlands and Latvia are examples of countries that have already implemented or are about to implement these types of more or less automated solutions*. For cross-border claims, the European Union has set up, by means of Regulation n°524/2013, a common framework available on the Internet (European small claims).

* See to this end the online dispute resolution available in the UK -



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