The latest collection of the Association has been published. It reports on the work carried out during the 2019 Mexico City Congress devoted to the theme of "Public Law and New Information Technologies".
This collection presents a comparative analysis of the experiences of supreme administrative jurisdictions worldwide. Twenty-six supreme jurisdictions examined the impact of digital technology on their daily work and the exercise of their jurisdictional function, the development of electronic jurisdiction (through the use of electronic evidence, dematerialized access to the judge, etc.) and its consequences, as well as the ethical and legal issues involved in the use of digital tools by jurisdictions.
The collection is available in French and in English.
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