Previously the thought of using technology to conduct business was unthinkable, however with Covid-19 these changes have been forced. Trials have had to go ahead remotely, bringing with them problems and opportunities when moving forwards.
With remote hearings easier to arrange at short notice and saving expenses on travel/accommodation, it is no wonder hearing urgent cases remotely benefits both regulators and defence organisations. However remote hearings involve a number potential issues, with technology replacing human interaction it is much harder to read subtle emotional cues and lying to a machine becomes easier. In this session, find out what the new way of working could look like and discover whether the remote future might be more imminent than we initially thought.